We’re seeing more virtual classrooms in the arts

Augmented interactivity takes online teaching to the next level.
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BFA Design students with Andrew Chan. Image supplied.

The virtual classroom is quickly becoming a staple in education. It’s most familiar to us as web tutorials, live webinars, and chat forums, and we’ve also seen online learning experiences rolled out as part of festivals like the Digital Writers’ Festival. But as online learning keeps growing, new technologies are changing the level of interactivity on offer. 

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