Virtual reality for employability skills

Minocha, Shailey and Tudor, Ana-Despina (2017). Virtual reality for employability skills. In: Employability in a distance learning context: using virtual reality, Employability Scholarship Network, 20 Jul 2017, The Open University, Milton Keynes, England.


We showed a variety of virtual reality technologies, and through examples, we discussed how virtual reality technology is transforming work styles and workplaces. Virtual reality is becoming pervasive in almost all domains starting from arts, environmental causes to medical education and disaster management training, and to supporting patients with Dementia. Thus, an awareness of the virtual reality technology and its integration in curriculum design will provide and enhance employability skills for current and future workplaces.

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