Virtual reality (VR) can take your civility training programs from check-the-box events to engaging learning programs that drive change.
In the age of the Great Resignation, immersive learning like virtual reality can engage learners and retain them for the long-haul. Consider these tips for getting started.
The rise of automation in companies across industries will drive the demand for targeted training on the skills employees need to keep pace with shifting roles and responsibilities.
There has never been a time in the modern age when the most advanced VR production technology was so available — and so affordable — to learning organizations. Here's how to leverage it for improved performance.
Simulator technologies like virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) can improve your training programs and, as a result, business results.
VR is ideal for immersive training applications where there’s a benefit in the learner being within a particular context, such as in high-stakes or dangerous scenarios.
Corporate Learning and Development (L&D) technology innovator Attensi is executing its plans for global expansion after raising $26m from New York-based Lugard Road Capital, DX Ventures, and existing share holder Viking Venture.
Leaders will be able to build and sharpen their leadership skills like never before by immersing themselves in deeply realistic simulations, thanks to a partnership between DDI and Strivr.
VR is one of the most useful technologies to support blended learning, as it enables fully immersive experiences.
Digital learning and assessment specialists, eCom, have launched a virtual reality (VR) authoring tool specifically designed for use in learning and assessment.