The University of Toronto Libraries has an extensive collection of books and eBooks on virtual reality and virtual reality education. Here are a few suggested readings:
Provides additional supporting resources to help educators implement Google Expeditions into classroom lesson plans
Offers resources for educators looking to explore the benefits of Google Expeditions through The Google for Education Training Center
Offers sample Google Expeditions lesson plans that have been developed by teachers
Offers a library of science and mathematics VR lesson plans, searchable by grade or subject
Provides links to helpful resources related to virtual field trips, virtual reality apps, online virtual reality creation tools, and more
Provides VR content and lesson places on STEM subjects, and online courses for professional development
VR in the News
VR Blogs and Magazines
There are many different places to search for virtual reality materials and resources including print and online books available through the OISE/University of Toronto Libraries, licensed education databases and online resources, and openly available databases and websites.
Library Books and eBooks
To find books and eBooks available at the OISE Library and the University of Toronto Libraries:
Journal Articles and Online Resources
To find journal articles and other online resources:
Conference proceedings are compilations of papers or talks presented at conference, symposia, or workshops on current research. This may or may not eventually be published in a journal. Note not every event will publish materials presented and some may include poster sessions and extended abstracts. You can find conference proceedings in the UTL Library Catalogue and other catalogues, databases, and websites and search engines. For more information on searching conference proceedings, please visit this research guide.
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