Using virtual reality, aka VR glasses and headsets, Suffolk University students will be able to improve their technical skills. This is a part of a transatlantic research project, the purpose of which is to provide students with the so-called Mastering and improving soft skills represents. BBC writes about it.
According to the publication, with VR glasses, students will be able to improve such important skills as participating in public speeches and practicing for job interviews. In addition to the virtual glasses, the university will also receive 2 VR headsets as part of the project. According to the organizers of the project, the headsets will give less confident students the opportunity to practice giving presentations or interview future jobs in virtual reality and prepare for all the critical questions.
The project is 6 months long, after which students will be able to confidently work in such areas as customer support service; healthcare; managment; Leadership schools and others.
25 business schools in Great Britain and the USA will soon join the transatlantic research project, which once again emphasizes the importance of training students in virtual reality.