Clark Quinn's Learnings about Learning
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25 October 2007

Virtual Learning

Clark @ 4:39 AM

I’ve previously expressed my thoughts on virtual learning, looking for the key affordances. I’d wanted Tony O’Driscoll, who’s keen on them, to outline why he was excited. He’s put up a graph as part of a post that I think somewhat answers my questions.

His ‘”co-creation” is the area I am excited about (though the tools are still somewhat onerous), though of course role-play (if he means Immersive Learning Simulations) is possible in virtual worlds too though may be cheaper other ways. Obviously, I’m more interested in learning tasks above facts and concepts, so I’ll have to find out what he means by “operation application”. And, to me, the overhead of a virtual world for social networking isn’t quite obviously worth the cost when there are lighter weight ways of achieving that end. But I’m willing to be wrong.

Worth looking at.


  1. Hello Clark, I want to know at present what your opinion of virtual learning is. Greetings from Bogota Colombia

    Comment by Alex — 26 April 2017 @ 6:39 PM

  2. Alex, there’re empirical results saying virtual reality leads to impressive learning outcomes. Here’re my most recent thoughts: https://blog.learnlets.com/category/virtual-worlds/

    Comment by Clark — 28 April 2017 @ 6:58 AM

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