We are so excited to have the opportunity to share our tips and learnings gathered over an extraordinary 18 months of filming and developing an eLearning course in Australia and Greece.
During this time Reality Learning followed refugees seeking safety in Greece and produced traditional 2D video stories plus the cinematic VR documentary, Night Becomes Day. The eLearning course Working with Displaced Persons emerged from the expertise demonstrated in their lived-experiences.
The unique approach is a great example of behaviour-change eLearning and film making.
“VR does an excellent job at bringing you into the challenge. And the challenge (of displaced persons) is vast and it’s common.” Deputy Director of HumanRights360 Eleni Takou.
Daniel Bury, Reality Learning VR Director, brings expertise from his award-winning global VR documentaries.
Jude Hewitson, VR Producer/Writer, joins Daniel with learning’s gathered for instructional and video design. All this was made possible through Reality Learning’s amazing ongoing collaboration with the World Federation of Occupational Therapists.
Reality Learning’s approach of contextualising the learning experience through personalised interactive scenarios, now extends into exciting immersion with VR.
Together, Daniel and Jude share insights into how to integrate VR and 2D video into instructional design; work with VR technology and story; and take on distribution of eLearning that use technologies which often sit in the ‘too hard’ basket.
Book FREE Tickets and join us on Day 1 Thursday Sept 17th 4 – 4.30 pm.
Our LearnX Award for Best Video eLearning Design will be presented Day 1 3.30-4.00pm
“We would love to talk with anyone who is curious or active in VR for social good and eLearning.” Jude and Daniel
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