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    • Earth and environmental science immersive learning experiences using a Google Expedition Kit 

      Johnston, John; Parks, Jen; Delaney, Keith Brian; Thompson, Jason; Salman, Max (2019-07-31)
      How do we engage and motivate students in immersive learning experiences that are otherwise impossible (i.e. Geologic History of the Grand Canyon) or not feasible (i.e. 3D perspective of volcanoes of the world) or invisible ...
    • Learning about Ontario's Paleozoic Geology with Virtual Reality Google Expedition Tours 

      Visneskie, Henry; Parks, Jen; Johnston, John (2020-02)
      How well can you interpret or place into context the different geological features or rock types that are exposed along roadways, rivers, coastlines or construction sites? Here in the Department of Earth and Environmental ...
    • Photosphere Tour Guide 

      Visneskie, Henry; Johnston, John; Parks, Jen (University of Waterloo, 2021-08-20)
      This document serves as a comprehensive guide for creating and implementing Virtual Reality (VR) into education at the post-secondary level, as well as recommendations for integrating course learning objectives in Virtual ...
    • A simple and complex physical model of the Laurentian Great Lakes used to engage students and community members 

      Marshall, Stephen; McDonald, Corina; Johnston, John (The Geological Society of America North-Central Section, 2015-05-19)
      The Laurentian Great Lakes, Earth’s most-easily recognized feature from space, is of a size, complexity, and significance that can be difficult to comprehend. To address this we have developed corresponding simple and ...


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