Wijnand IJsselsteijn and Matthew Dennis advice European Parliament on Human-computer confluence in education.
At the Science and Technology Options Assessment (STOA) of the European Parliament
On September 27th the European Parliament invited researchers to better understand the benefits and challenges associated with adopting immersive technologies in education. The event focused on the question how to effectively harness the potential of these technologies for seamless integration with traditional learning methods.
The STOA discussed the transformative impact of technologies such as social robotics and immersive environments on education. TU/e researchers Wijnand IJsselsteijn and Matthew Dennis were invited to share their visions.
Here you can watch the symposium
Matthew Dennis was also interviewed about the advantages and risks of virtual and augmented reality in education.
Read the interview by the European Science-Media Hub