Learning Outcomes in HMD-VR : a Literature Review
Lähtevänoja, A., Vesisenaho, M., Vasalampi, K., Holopainen, J., & Häkkinen, P. (2022). Learning Outcomes in HMD-VR : a Literature Review. Seminar.net, 18(1). https://doi.org/10.7577/seminar.4692
DisciplineTietojärjestelmätiedeValue Creation for Cyber-Physical Systems and ServicesPsykologiaInformation Systems ScienceValue Creation for Cyber-Physical Systems and ServicesPsychology
©2022 (Antti Lähtevänoja, Mikko Vesisenaho, Kati Vasalampi, Jani Holopainen, Päivi Häkkinen)
While the educational technology has developed to the point that Extended Reality (XR), including immersive Virtual Reality (VR) can be used in education, the learning outcomes of these technologies in the large scale is still quite unknown. This literature review aims to take a comprehensive look to the field of immersive VR in to find out where the learning outcomes of HMD-VR stands out, and how they compare to other technologies and methods. The main result of this paper is that while HMD-based Virtual Reality Learning Environments (VRLEs) may not be superior compared to other technologies such as desktop-based VR environments regarding direct learning outcomes, a clear indication towards increased learning motivation and engagement can be seen.
PublisherOsloMet - Oslo Metropolitan University
ISSN Search the Publication Forum1504-4831
virtuaalilasit virtual reality learning outcomes learning learning motivation learning engagement HMD head-mounted-displays immersive kirjallisuuskatsaukset oppimistulokset opetusteknologia motivaatio tavoitteet sitoutuminen oppimisympäristö virtuaalitodellisuus lisätty todellisuus koulutusteknologia teknologia oppiminen
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Additional information about fundingThis study has been partly conducted by the funding of University of Jyväskylä, Department of Teacher Education.
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