The GW Mobile Learning Center: Mixed-Reality within an Immersive and Interactive Learning Setting
Keywords:Immersive Experience, Interactive Visualization, STEM Education.
The Community Medi-Corps Program - designed and implemented by the George Washington University (GW) School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS) faculty with Growth and Opportunity Virginia funding (GO Virginia) - is aimed at leveraging the power of community, educational institutions, mentors, industry, and business partners to close the opportunity gap, transform student learning, and enrich the regional workforce. This program transforms educational experience through innovative virtual reality, augmented reality, and a mix between the two that is the enhanced reality (e-REAL). Students will be better prepared in the pathways they choose for high demand health and life sciences industry jobs that will help grow the economy.
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