Co-creation of Virtual Reality reusable e-resources for European Healthcare Education (CoViRR)

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Simulation based training is identified as a valid teaching/learning strategy. Yet, little evidence exists for the design and use of virtual reality reusable e-resources, especially in healthcare education. To this extent, there is no development framework for the co-creation for virtual reality reusable e-resources utilising stakeholder participation.   

 CoViRR ERASMUS+ strategic partnership is mostly about the co-creation of virtual reality reusable e-resources promoting innovative practices in the digital era, by supporting current curricula and fostering open education in the healthcare sector.  


Contact Person: 

Dr Kleanthis Neokleous 

Email: k.neokleous@cyens.org.cy  


Project Info 







Project Funding:  

€ 314,685 


34 months 

Starting Date:  


End Date:  




University of Nottingham 

Aristotelio Panepistimio Thessalonikis 

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