Immersive Learning provides a framework for Ball State students to collaborate with Indiana nonprofit organizations, communities, businesses, and state agencies. Each year, our faculty mentors and students conduct hundreds of projects that address community challenges and provide a lasting impact. This spring, the Office of Immersive Learning is digitally showcasing some of the immersive learning projects that ran in fall 2019 and spring 2020. Here are the projects featured this week:
Read and watch stories from the first project highlight featuring Computer Science for Middle Schoolers, Preserving the Past and Looking Toward the Future, and i-Made.
Read and watch stories from the second project highlight featuring TherAplay, Sitting at the Feet of our Muncie Elders, and Stance.
Read and watch stories from the third project highlight featuring Beneficence Records, Muncie Micro-Cinema, and the Matchpoint Volleyball Documentary.
Read and watch stories from the fourth project highlight featuring Augmented Reality and Heritage Interpretation in Columbus, IN, Urban Health in Muncie, and the AMA Video Project.
Read and watch stories from the fifth project highlight featuring Muncie Living Quality, Halteman Park Project, and the Digital Literature Review.
Read and watch stories from the sixth project highlight featuring the Human Rights Symposium, Capturing "The Big Idea," and Renovation of Residential Structures.
Read and watch stories from the seventh project highlight featuring the Muncie Neighborhood Visual Identity Design, Junior Producers Club, and Sustainable Muncie Project.
Read and watch stories from the eighth project highlight featuring Maplewood Mansion Learning Lab, LEED Lab, Tourist Maps for Muncie and Delaware County
Read and watch stories from the ninth project highlight featuring Working with Whitely, Teen Dating Violence, and Geospatial Design Laboratory