Virtual Reality In The Schools (publication)
VR in the Schools is a peer-reviewed publication of the Virtual Reality and Education Laboratory (VREL), published by East Carolina University. VR in the Schools addresses issues of incorporating virtual reality into the education system. "Virtual reality" is the computer-generated simulation of a real or an imagined environment. It can be graphics based (e.g., a walk-through of a building) or text based (e.g., a description of a city where participants can interact with one another).
VR in the Schools is available free of charge. The current co-editors are Dr. Veronica S. Pantelidis and Mr. David C. Vinciguerra.
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