Wednesday, June 25
3:05-3:25 PM
CEST
B3116

Virtual Reality: Adaptive and Branching Scenarios

Brief Paper: New Development ID: 41682
  1. Mike Jones
    Indiana Wesleyan University
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    Christopher Devers
    Indiana Wesleyan University

Abstract: Virtual reality is used in a variety of educational environments -- military, aviation, etc. This project combines virtual reality with adaptive and branching scenarios, which provides unique learning experiences for students. Depending on students’ selections, they are given multiple scenarios to practice different techniques. Specifically, this project transforms traditional social work curriculum into a virtual reality simulation that adapts to each student’s individual performance. Based on a student’s answers, the simulation adapts using a predetermined branching tree, which then selects the next question or scenario for students.

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