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Hololens in Higher Education

I am a Professor at a Liberal Arts school in Kentucky (Transylvania University, no vampires I'm aware of). I'm integrating all AR/VR/Mixed into the curriculum here but the network of designers and collaborations is very small. I have reached out to some reps via Microsoft and we have the ball rolling, but I am looking to collaborate here and locally with anyone applying these tools to a variety of higher education curriculum (not just coding). My goal is to not only create a hub of learning but also an IP collection for use by other educators.

Dr. Adam Evans
Assistant Professor
Transylvania University
Lexington, KY 40508
(859) 233-8243

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