Designing Educational Virtual Simulations
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In this presentation we will share our experience and lessons learned in designing virtual simulations for learners in high and low resource settings and explore the challenges and opportunities for co-creating virtual simulations with globally distributed teams.
Matt Cook is a Design Engineer for the University of Washington and a Unity virtual reality developer. Matt’s experience includes designing and developing of VR for educational and research applications, applying VR in classroom settings, creating wishes for critically ill children, and numerous recreational gaming projects.
Dr. Rachel Umoren is an associate professor of pediatrics, adjunct associate professor of healthcare simulation science and global health at the University of Washington. Her research involves the development and evaluation of virtual simulations for newborn care and neonatal resuscitation.