Meeting your learning objectives in XR

If you, like many in the field of education, are suddenly noticing an avalanche of information concerning the use and revolutionary potential of extended reality (XR) technologies in education and find it difficult to make heads or tails due to the endless stream of technical terms and lofty promises, you are not alone. The field has experienced staggering growth in recent years, fueling rapid advancements in hardware and software. This, in turn, has increased the number of possibilities we now have at our disposal, suddenly making the space seem crowded and intimidating to explore. Even more so, are all of these technologies even necessary, or are they just a gimmick? Here are some guidelines to help you find your way around and clear up some misconceptions about them. Terminology is important

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