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Virtual Reality in the Learning Process

Knowledge is essential and experience teaches, therefore, new learning trends in schools are based on experience, making use of technologies such as Virtual Reality (VR) that allows experiencing situations very close to reality. However, this technology does not present the same level of integration in schools, unlike computers. This article presents a systematic literature review of research conducted around virtual reality and the learning process, in order to identify the important characteristics of virtual reality technology and its effect on the learning process. A total of 30 articles from a period of 20 years (1999-2017) were selected. The results show that the characteristics of interaction and immersion are the most important to consider in a virtual reality technology and that the effect of its implementation would support the learning process.

Sussy Bayona
UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL MAYOR DE SAN MARCOS
Peru

Byron Chavez
UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL MAYOR DE SAN MARCOS
Peru

 

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