The mission of the College of Engineering’s Extended Reality (XR) Clinic is to develop high-quality XR learning tools that improve and enhance learning experiences for undergraduate students of engineering. For funded projects, we offer in-house development resources as well as support for classroom implementation and research in learning science. Our goal is to build educational infrastructure to promote the use of XR tools in engineering classrooms.
The XR Clinic initiative ties directly to the long-term goal from the office of the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education to support academic innovation, and to the College of Engineering’s mission to introduce new pedagogical methods & advanced tools for the delivery of preeminent engineering education. New funding proposals are not currently being accepted for the XR Clinic.