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'Bring Agriculture to Life with Virtual Reality '

Come explore Virtual Reality technology and see how you might use it in your classroom or program to bring agricultural topics and processes to life. The workshop will start from the beginning and explore technology needs, equipment and how to use virtual reality. We'll explore existing resources including Google Expeditions, Google Street View and other content developed by organizations and individuals across the country. Of course, we'll discuss curriculum connections and integration. Come ready to experience this exciting technology!

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Jessica Jansen
Email: jessica.jansen@oregonstate.edu
Speaker Order: 1
Author Order: 1
Person Type: Primary Presenter
State: Oregon
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Main Phone: 971-832-2096
Biosketch: Jessica Jansen is the Executive Director of Oregon Agriculture in the Classroom, where she oversees the day-to-day operations of Oregon Agriculture in the Classroom and works to develop the program to meet the ever-changing needs of Oregon educators and promote the greatest industry in the world, agriculture.Jessica is a graduate of Oregon State University with degrees in Agricultural Sciences and Communication. She is passionate about equipping teachers with relevant resources and inspiring students in agriculture.
Organization/Affiliation: Oregon Agriculture in the Classroom
Danielle Meyersick
Email: danielle.meyersick@oregonstate.edu
Speaker Order: 2
Author Order: 2
Person Type: Presenter 2
State: Oregon
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Main Phone: 5417371318
Biosketch: Danielle Meyersick serves as the Education Programs Coordinator for Oregon Agriculture in the Classroom. She holds an undergraduate degree in Animal Sciences with a minor in Agricultural Sciences from Oregon State University (OSU). Shortly after graduation, Danielle returned to OSU to pursue a Master of Agriculture degree. Her three areas of study consisted of Animal Sciences, Agricultural Education, and Rangeland Ecology and Management. Prior to joining Oregon AITC she spent two years coordinating an Adopt-a-Farmer program pairing middle school science classrooms with farmers for a year.
Organization/Affiliation: Oregon Agriculture in the Classroom