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Monday, August 06, 2007

Visual learning for the future

Cutting-edge teaching and learning using visual imagery — along with printed words on the page — is being pioneered at the University of Nottingham.

A grant of £1.8m is being devoted to new technologies that enhance student learning and add value to the student experience via interactive video links, digital film-making facilities, stereo 3D projection equipment, pocket PCs, mobile learning technologies and 'virtual' environments. Innovative new technology has already been introduced in more than 16 schools, institutes and departments across the University, with many more projects ongoing. Extensive research shows that visual imagery can play a powerful role in accelerating learning.

Source: scenta