Tuesday, July 6
4:05-4:25 PM
Room 2

Designing Virtual Reality Experiences with 360 Videos: An Instructional Design Perspective

Full Paper: Practice Based (Live Presentation) ID: 58992
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    Betul Czerkawski
    University of Arizona
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    Gerald Ardito
    Manhattanville College

Abstract: 360-degree videos became intensely popular especially after YouTube and Facebook integrated them into their platform in 2017. With the increased affordability of the 360 cameras, educators also picked up on this new technology using it in their classroom (Snelson & Hsu, 2019). However, when existing studies are reviewed, the effectiveness of 360 videos were not thoroughly studied (Ferdig & Kosko, 2020) or a few studies conducted resulted in mixed results. This paper’s main goal is to analyze current literature regarding the most effective instructional design practices for creating meaningful learning experiences with the 360 videos. Based on the analysis of the literature, the authors conclude with suggestions for learning design.

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