Virtual Reality in the Law Classroom (A1)

Date + Time: Sunday, July 14, 2019: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Speakers: Kenton S. Brice, University of Oklahoma College of Law; Jennifer L. Wondracek, University of North Texas Dallas College of Law

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ABA requires law students to take at least six hours of experiential learning courses. Virtual Reality (VR) applications offer exciting pedagogical and experiential opportunities, but many librarians are not familiar with VR technology or how to use it effectively. This panel will feature experienced librarians who work with VR. They will discuss their use of VR in law school classrooms to simulate real legal experiences, and the use of VR in legal practice. They will particularly focus on how they designed their programs, what technological and personnel resources they used, and how they integrated VR programs into their law school curriculum.

This program is sponsored by the DET-SIS.

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