Research Presentation: VR in the Italian Classroom
Researchers collect 360-degree video footage of a historic marketplace in Rome for use in VR language learning exercises.
Please join our Research Group for a presentation from Ryan Calabretta Sajder on his current research project. The presentation will be from 3:15-4:15 p.m. Tuesday, Nov 19, at the J.B. Hunt Center Room 207.
From Rome to Fayetteville: Virtual Reality in the Italian Classroom
Through a task-based learning exercise, students will explore Prati's historic market, search for vocabulary items, and then interact with the fruit vendor to complete various transactions aimed to assess grammatical structures. The presentation will discuss creation, development, and assessment of the piloted version of the project.
Rebecca K. Foote, assistant professor
World Languages, Literatures and Cultures
In the new episode of Short Talks From the Hill, Kristen Gibson explains how soap destroys respiratory viruses such as coronavirus and offers tips for handling potentially contaminated surfaces.
Eric Essen, instructional designer in Walton College's Graduate School of Business, has been named employee of the fourth quarter by the Sam M. Walton College of Business.
Dunn, the manager of technology services, was recognized for his exceptional leadership and hard work during the dual crises of extensive flood damage at Global Campus and COVID-19.
A new book, The Science of College: Navigating the First Year and Beyond, written by a team of U of A researchers, professors and higher education professionals, explores what it means to be a college student and young adult in today's society.
The SKY Club presents 'Overcoming feelings of loneliness' by guest speaker Nina Sanyal, who will talk about overcoming loneliness during an online session at 7 p.m Wednesday, Aug. 5.