Virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), multimedia and other technologies are transforming educational models, especially in engineering and creative disciplines such as architecture, visual effects and graphic design. This white paper highlights how university students, administrators, faculty and IT staff can use powerful workstation technologies to support progressive, deeper learning approaches that can facilitate greater student potential and success.

Learn how to build a bridge from traditional classrooms and labs to immersive, digital-learning environments that facilitate deeper knowledge, experimentation and efficiency–boosting student innovation and outcomes. Read now.

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