Virtual reality (VR) has gained significant attention in adult learning and development due to its potential to enhance the learning experience in various ways. VR is being used in Immersive Experiences, Skill Training, Scenario-Based Learning, Language Learning, Soft Skills Development, Accessibility and Inclusivity, Remote Learning, Continuing Education and Assessment and Feedback. VR offers many advantages for adult learning and development, it also comes with challenges, such as the cost of VR equipment, content development, and the need for technical support. However, as technology advances and becomes more affordable, VR is likely to play an increasingly prominent role in adult education and training.
I am a Doctoral Student at New Jersey City University in the Education Technology Leadership program. Currently I work as a National Account Executive for an International Transportation company. I began my career in Supply Chain twelve years ago after I obtained my Bachelor's Degree in International Business from Berkeley College in 2010. In 2017, I completed M.B.A., Organizational Management and Leadership Specialization at NJCU. I am a member of the NJCU Alumni Association Advisory Board and I serve as a mentor. As I make progress on the EdD program I look forward to obtaining opportunities in the education field and develop the necessary skills to transition to a full time professor.
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