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Transforming Learning at Curtin

Gamifying learning

Learning at Curtin University will look very different in 2020 when today's year seven students are ready to begin their tertiary education. Wearable wrist band-style computers and "Google" glasses will be common place and implantable devices will no longer be the domain of science fiction. Curtin University e-technology experts demonstrate some of the technology behind Learning for Tomorrow.

Curtin School of Business Lecturer Torsten Reiners demonstrates three-dimension technology and the use of virtual worlds in education.


School of Design and Art Research Fellow Nina Sellars is investigating the use of blended realities and its application as a learning tool across many disciplines.


Second Life can provide students with an authentic learning experience in a virtual “real-world” scenario.