Realm 4: Education Through Exploration

Over the weekend, Arizona State University hosted the very first Realm 4: Education Through Exploration Summit, a two-day event focused on elevating institutions and studios across ASU campuses that further Learning in Realm 4.

#Realm4 encompasses the next evolution of #education, building off of the existing benefits of technology enhanced learning. Previously, education has gravitated towards online, digital pedagogy. Today, emergent #web3technologies foster education that is #immersive, #exploratory, and increasingly #collaborative, with examples including #virtualreality and #augmentedreality opportunities for group learning.

At the two-day Realm 4: Education Through Exploration Summit, co-organized by Lisa Flesher, Lisa Manning, Jake Pinholster and Olivia Hern√°ndez, guests toured the new Media and Immersive Experience (MIX) Center in Mesa and enjoyed a keynote address from ASU President Michael Crow on Friday evening. The following morning, guests experienced hands-on demonstrations and met the innovators at ASU who utilize diverse, next-generation, and #technology-driven strategies for #learning in the 21st century and beyond.

We’d like to thank our participating institutions: Dreamscape Learn, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication New Media Innovation and Entrepreneurship Lab, Embodied Games for Learning Lab, Technology at Arizona State University, Interplanetary Initiative at Arizona State University, ASU Learning Futures and Meteor Studios.

Stay tuned for an upcoming story highlighting an exciting #lowlatency, #5G experiment for musicians featuring Warick Pond, MBA, PMP, SMC, Ritchie Fliegler of Fender Musical Instruments Corporation, and Verizon‘s Jim Pfleger!