Tap your community for virtual field trip experiences
Lynne Schrum and Sandi Sumerfield 4/26/2018
Many museums now offer makerspaces and after-school programs, and universities have developed low-cost materials to spark students’ imagination and interest, such as the Carnegie Mellon CREATE Lab
The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C
Art museums throughout the world offer virtual tours sorted by collection, artist or decade.
After one of these rich experiences, students can use free resources, such as Skype in the Classroom, to connect with experts to engage in scholarly dialogue to make their experience more meaningful and academically relevant or to interact with learners in other parts of the world.
more on virtual tours in this IMS blog
more on virtual reality in this IMS blog
more on video 360 in this blog