New publications

Together with our colleagues from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, Gillian Martin and Breffni O’Rourke, Karsten has published a report on their analyses of intercultural and multilingual communication in Social Virtual Reality. This is the link to the publication (open access) entitled:

  • Senkbeil, Karsten, Gillian Martin & Breffni O’Rourke (2022): SpEakWise VR: exploring the use of social virtual reality in telecollaborative foreign language learning between learners of English and German. In: Arnbjörnsdóttir, B.; Bédi, B.; Bradley, L.; Friðriksdóttir, K.; Garðarsdóttir, H.; Thouësny, S. & Whelpton, M.J.: Intelligent CALL, granular systems and learner data: short papers from EUROCALL 2022. pp. 352–357. DOI: 10.14705/rpnet.2022.61.1483

In related news, Anne-Elisabeth Roßa, a close friend of HumaniVR and member of our sister project VIRTUAL le@rning, has published her account on the application of Social Virtual Reality in training programmes for future teachers of religious studies in secondary school. This is the title:

  • Roßa, Anne-Elisabeth (2022): Avatarbasiertes Lehren und Lernen in VR-Umgebungen in der Religionsdidaktik. In: Pirker, V. & Pisonic, K., Virtuelle Realität und Transzendenz. Theologische und didaktische Erkundungen. Freiburg: Herder. pp. 232-249.

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