Using Virtual Reality for Teaching & Learning at the University of Illinois College of Medicine Peoria
Virtual Reality, more than the latest fad in education.
(The above title and subtitle are negotiated with Dr. Dominguese. It’s long. But, let’s try and fit it in the flyer. I work with the speakers to make them happy. I will send a flyer copy to him. So I want him to be happy. Thanks.)
Speaker: David Dominguese, PhD
- His presentation will touch on how this technology is affecting learners and teachers.
- Dr. Dominguese will share examples from his research study on the use of VRs technology at the College of Medicine / JUMP. The examples will show quality improvement and issues involved.
Dr. Dominguese received a B.A. in Athletic Training and Sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, a M.S. in Biomechanics from Illinois State University, and PhD in Curriculum & Instruction with specialization in Anatomy from Ohio University. He has extensive clinical experience in sports medicine and orthopedics as an athletic trainer, teacher, and researcher.
His research focus is on lower extremity modified risk factors to prevent and treat orthopedic conditions and using technology to teach and enhance clinical anatomy knowledge among students and health care professionals.
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Peoria, Illinois 61615