ABC 10 News: San Diego State launches vital center for virtual technologies and learning

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SAN DIEGO (CNS) — San Diego State University’s Information Technology Division has opened a research center intended to help expand the use of virtual technologies in the classroom, it was announced Thursday.

“This is about evolving the traditional learning environment and harnessing the tremendous power of immersive technologies to dramatically increase learner attention by increasing student engagement,” said Jerry Sheehan, vice president for information technology.

Read the full article at ABC 10 News.

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