360 Degree Lab Tour (Chemical Engineering) - working alongside PHD student James White the team was tasked with developing a fully 360 degrees tour of a Chemical Engineering lab. Using ThingLink the images were stiched together (with video content included) to generate an imerssive and engaging virtual tour. Experience it for yourself by clicking on the image below!
VR Onboarding Course (Engineering) - working alongside academic colleagues in the School of Engineering we developed an onboarding course intended to prepare students for the use of VR during their course. Developed in Canvas the course included text guidance, 360 renders of the equipment and a video resource to guide students in the safe use of VR. You can watch the video below and take a look at the course by clicking the image below.
Accessibility Statements (Chemical Engineering) - Working alongside academics from Chemical Engineering and Metallurgy and Materials, we wrote and rolled out the University’s first School-level accessibility statements. Accessibility statements are designed to give the School the opportunity to be explicitly open with students about how accessible their teaching materials and environments are, any difficulties that may be encountered in making resources accessible, and inviting students to start a conversation about their accessibility requirements if needed.
These statements had two versions. A student-facing one with the above information, and a staff-facing one which included links to guidance and resources to help them meet the accessibility standards.
The statements can be viewed, along with further information about how to create your own, via our HEFi Guidance on Accessibility.