One technology that has shown potential for creating safe spaces for teaching/practicing O&M skills is virtual reality (VR). According to Thevin and colleagues (2020), VR systems create immersive, interactive environments that provide students the opportunity for trial and error . Besides visual feedback, VR systems can provide both haptic and auditory information for the benefit of individuals who are blind or low vision.
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Cluckin’ About Virtual Reality and Social Skills
Cluckin’ About Virtual Reality and Social Skills CIDDL Cizzles with Chef Sean Smith Author: Samantha Goldman Dr. Sean Smith, Professor in special education at the University of Kansas (KU), and his son Nolan, a freshman at KU, “cluck” about using…