The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is pleased to announce the official launch of the new VSU Virtual Reality Lab.  Dr. Bobbie Ticknor, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, designed the lab and held the first class to explore learning using the technology in the summer of 2019.  The lab is centrally located in Odum Library in room 2220.

While this lab is being used for experiential learning opportunities and research in the COHSS, we would like to extend an invitation to all departments across the VSU campus who might be interested in using virtual reality (VR).  This might include incorporating the technology into your curriculum, conducting an experiment, bringing students for “virtual” field trips, training staff or faculty on specific content, or offering simulations for specific department goals.  Click here to setup an appointment to see if VR can work for you or here to schedule a private demonstration for your department.

Haven’t tried VR?  Dr. Ticknor is hosting a series of information sessions and demonstrations of the technology.  Check your email for an invitation to an upcoming event.  Feel free to contact Dr. Ticknor if you have any questions or would like more information about the VR lab.