Virtual reality

Avatar 'Daffodil' with headset in virtual world

Good to see you are interested in virtual reality! 🙂


I started exploring virtual reality in 2008. After a long break from it, I decided to devote more time to it again in 2020 because of its potential for improving the online learning experience for language learners and teachers.

Read about my previous experience with VR.

During my research of the current state of VR in language learning, I came across Immerse – the first virtual reality platform for English language teaching. It was immediately clear to me that this was a platform that could help VR to be widely adopted by language schools. When I was offered the role of Fractional Research Manager at Immerse, I didn’t hesitate to accept it.

In this role, I make research plans, invite researchers and teachers to conduct (action) research on the Immerse platform and support them, and I also write research-based blog posts.

Read all my blog posts on VR in language learning.

VR in language education content

Below are links to VR content I curate. Most are related to language learning and education. Click on the topics of interest. 
Virtual reality platforms and apps
Virtual reality for language learning and teaching
Virtual reality in language education research
Virtual reality resources for educators
Virtual reality and teacher training
Virtual reality and accessibility
Virtual reality and the environment