Student Engagement in a Digital Context: 360 Immersive Video and Feedback
This case study discusses a recent small-scale research project that investigates the integration of 360 camera and head mounted display units (HMD’s) to enhance formative video feedback in Dance Technique in Higher Education (HE). The project was funded by the Teaching and Learning Innovation Fund at the University of Lincoln and led by academics in the School of Fine and Performing Arts. The project took place throughout the academic year 2020/2021 and was designed to respond to the challenges the pandemic had created for Dance in HE. A group of 10 final year BA Hons Dance university students chose to participate in the project for the duration of the year.
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