We set out to partner with teachers, students, and museums in order to produce the best VRO experience for their uses. In turn, as Prof. Kirsten Cater (Bristol) says, 'This process of co-production could have significant findings for enhancing the design and effectiveness of digital cultural experiences, specifically immersive experiences, for use in museum/heritage and educational contexts.’
The experience of visiting Dodona is studied at A-level on the OCR A-Level Classical Civilisation syllabus in the UK. We have developed the VR and resources in close collaboration with teachers, and students—and you can hear more about teachers’ experiences of using the VRO in the classroom in the video below.
The team welcomes inquiries from Schools about the VRO—do get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The project is also partnered with several museums and cultural organisations, whose teams have been involved in the VRO. We have displayed the VRO to the general public at Bristol Museum and Art Gallery and in The Arcade on The Strand as part of King’s Culture.
You can read about some of these events in our Project News—and do get in touch if you are interested in more information or hosting the VRO!