Simon Fraser University
Quincy Wang is a Ph.D. student in the Faculty of Education at Simon Fraser University, Canada.
Her research focuses on immersive learning experiences with augmented reality and virtual reality, simulation-based learning, learning sciences, and data science.
In 2021 and 2022, she presented her research titled ‘Exploring Affordances Offered by Virtual Reality Technology in a Language Classroom’ and ‘Augmented Reality Affording Immersive Learning Experiences in Museum Education,’ at the Immersive Learning Research Network (iLRN) annual conference, where she received Immersive Learning Pedagogy Awards.
Quincy is a research collaborator and co-applicant on Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) funded research projects: ‘Raising Nisga’a Language, Sovereignty, and Land Based Education Through Traditional Carving Knowledge’, and ‘Storied lives: An impact study of COVID-19 on seniors and their community support services’, in which she contributed to the implementation of immersive technology in Indigenous education and social inclusion research study.
Designing for Learning in Immersive Education
Panel Description :
The panel has invited scholars and professionals to reflect on designing and being a designer of immersive education.
The panellists are chapter authors in a newly edited book collection on Immersive Education: Designing for Learning.
We aim to inspire and provoke discussion around immersive education challenges and possibilities, including accessibility, safety, sustainability, community, and shifting learning into the global classroom.
Speaker Card :
February 21st-23rd, 2023 (A GatherVerse Event)