Project Details


This project supports staff to embed immersive technologies such as augmented and virtual reality in their teaching and learning through a knowledge exchange approach. Such technologies can be perceived to be inaccessible and time-consuming to use. The archaeological heritage site Chester House Estate is an example of an authentic and inclusive context with a range of stakeholders and end users. A team of students and staff co-create a range of interactive digital resources to demonstrate how they can enrich visitor experiences and increase accessibility by combining virtual and physical experiences, and then demonstrate their generalisability for UON staff.
Short titleBringing Learning Alive
Effective start/end date1/08/2230/06/23

Collaborative partners

  • University of Northampton (lead)
  • Creating Tomorrow Academy Trust
  • Chester House Estate
  • University of Leicester
  • University of Northampton


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