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  • Carleton Project

    Carleton Virtual, a 3D virtual environment for Carleton University. We demonstrate that 3DVCs can be used as a learning tool
  • Archeological Excavation

    Carleton Virtual, a 3D virtual environment for Carleton University. We demonstrate that 3DVCs can be used as a learning tool by
  • Language Learning

    This project was designed to give students in an Academic ESL class a unique opportunity to practice speaking and collaborating
  • Persephone

    Persephone project is a trail blazing effort to use a virtual environment to offer a course on domestic violence that
  • CSI

    Immersive Crime Scene environment is designed to improve future police officers crime scene observation skills and collaboration skills. Facilitator can
  • Team Building

    Teams are the key resources for accomplishing work in organizations. Recent studies shows 60% of active professionals involved in virtual
  • Corporate Games

    They are fun fun fun! Games are not just for our kids to enjoy, right! Ready to jump around collect
  • Construction Site Safety

    The construction site training environment provides a way to train construction workers in a safe engaging environment.  An instruction can
  • WA Genesis

    WA Genesis is a place where people come to create, learn and interact with each other with the intention to

Language Learning

This project was designed to give students in an Academic ESL class a unique opportunity to practice speaking and collaborating with their classmates using a common linguistic reference (English) in a risk-free environment. The 3D Carleton Virtual environment allowed students to collaborate in a space that was mutually convenient to the participants in terms of time and accessibility. This immersive learning opportunity made use of the existing Carleton Virtual (CV) framework. In particular, students collaborated in designated library rooms and final presentations were held in the Azrieli Pavillion using a common linguistic reference (English) in a risk-free environment