Immersive Learning

Immersive learning involves immersing the learner in a learning situation using virtual or augmented reality techniques.    


This modality is particularly useful for recreating the real context in which the skills worked on will have to be used: repairing a machine on an assembly line, performing a surgical procedure in an operating theatre, or reacting to an employee during an annual review, etc.

Many skills are best worked on in immersive learning as stress, urgency, or the environment affect the learner’s performance.

But what else?

Virtual or augmented reality?

Virtual reality refers to completely recreating an environment in which the learner is immersed, isolated from the real world. It is this technique that makes it possible to create “metavers”, virtual universes in which it is possible to move freely, communicate, and (why not) follow a training course.

Augmented reality is the principle used by the game Pokémon Go. It involves adding virtual elements to a real environment. Imagine, for example, the plan of a building that comes to life and becomes visible in 3D when viewed through a smartphone.

Immersive learning is clearly a trend in digital learning as it opens up exciting educational opportunities and these technologies are increasingly accessible.

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