The Augmented Reality Teacher Training Workshop aims to support teachers’ technical, digital and pedagogical competences necessary for delivering AR courses to undergraduate and graduate students across Europe.
At the workshop, the Code Reality team will share experience designing and delivering an AR course, provide practical tutorials and engage the participants into open discussion on teaching AR.
This 3-day long workshop will be held in Oxford and hosted by the Performance Augmentation Lab at the Oxford Brookes University on 7-9 October 2019.
Who should attend
The Augmented Reality Teacher Training Workshop is an open event designed primarily for university teachers who are teaching the topic of AR and for those who consider to start teaching this subject. Industry representatives who are training AR developers in-house are also welcome to attend.
Having experience teaching AR or related topics is not a requirement. The Code Reality team will share experience from teaching AR, the methodology and the teaching materials. We will engage into discussions where all other participants will be able to share their own experience and ask questions.
Cost of the workshop
The workshop is free of charge, but you have to cover yourself the cost of the travel and accommodation.
We recommend accommodation near our Gipsy Lane campus in the heart of Oxford (airbnb), where a direct bus connection U1 leaves every 30 min to our Wheatley campus. It is also possible to stay in Wheatley (airbnb), if you like walking to the university.
Travel Guides can be found here. The workshop is hosted by Performance Augmentation Lab at the Oxford Brookes University. The details of the exact location will be announced soon.
A simple registration is required to attend the workshop. To register, please follow this link or press the big ‘register’ button below.
Registration deadline: 30 September 2019.
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