VR Experiences with Google for EDU

Led By: Tom Driscoll

September 7

When we hear about VR (virtual reality), many of us think of expensive headsets and software. The truth is that students can explore, even create virtual experiences using Google for EDU tools and resources that are already accessible. Join us during this 30-minute webinar to learn how!

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