Thinking Within 2017 Symposium: Immersive Technologies for Education

Saturday, December 2, 2017 - 9:00am
Stuckeman Family Building School (Jury Space), Penn State University Park campus

Immersive technologies are making our lives better. At the minimum they make them tremendously more exciting. While envisioned decades ago, immersive technologies only now enter mainstream as tech giants like Google, Apple, Samsung, and Microsoft, to name just a few, push the technology through massive investments and have successfully addressed cyber sickness and affordability issues.

More details about the symposium can be found at:

Call for Papers
The deadline for abstracts is November 10th 2017. Email abstracts to:

To register

Keynote Speaker
Julia Plummer, Associate Professor of Education (Science Education), Penn State

The symposium is jointly organized by:
Alexander Klippel (Penn State)
Nora Newcombe (Temple)
Stephen Hirtle (University of Pittsburgh)
Chris Stubbs (Penn State)
Ryan Wetzel (Penn State)
Kathy Lou Jackson (Penn State)

For questions about the program, contact:
Alexander Klippel
814 865 2324

Contact us

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