Join Teaching and Learning Services on August 10 for an interdisciplinary panel of Innovation Fellows from TLS’s Immersive Technologies Community of Practice in discussion about the challenges and rewards associated with using extended reality (XR) for educational purposes. Panelists will share firsthand accounts of their experiences as XR educators and answer attendee questions on the opportunities this new media affords for learning.

Extended Reality (XR) refers to the diverse set of technologies used to create immersive learning experiences and spaces by blending virtual and real elements. These experiences range from fully immersive computer-generated environments to real-world spaces that integrate digital content. XR research demonstrates that these technologies are effective in supporting skill development, empathy, and learning across a range of disciplines. The TLS eXperiential Learning Hub launches at Carleton this fall to support immersive learning and extended reality (XR) across campus.


  • Ali Arya (Information Technology)
  • Jim Davies (Cognitive Science)
  • Brian Greenspan (English Language and Literature)

Come explore how instructors are using XR in their classroom!

This session will be held online, in Zoom. Registration is limited.