EP 3 – An Evolving Education Reimagined

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In this timely episode we explore the evolution of education over the past 30 years with Simon Pearson, a digital practitioner and educator.  Over the last year education and training has undergone a remodelling in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, sparking digital innovation. We consider the importance of diversity and universal design principles in VR education

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