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12 April 2018 event - Audio Walks in Pedagogy

Audio Walks in Pedagogy - Panel discussion and Q&A

The FASS3999 Interdisciplinary unit pilot program has seen the development of an innovative pedagogical augmented reality tool to help orient themselves at Westmead, not just functionally and geographically, but in a multisensorial fashion. The audio walk (as distinct from a comparatively ‘sense-neutral’ podcast) uses binaural sound to put the walker in a twinned acoustic space, with the effect of creating a sensorial connection to the environment and hypersensitivity to the individual’s embodied way of being in the world.

Join them for a panel discussion on Audio Walks in Pedagogy at 2-3pm on Thursday 12 April at 612 Education Building A35. They will also be streaming the discussion on Facebook, so you can join the Social Media conversation from Westmead, or anywhere you can get a good Wi-Fi connection.  To get the most from the session, they urge you to do the audio walk at Westmead on your own before the panel discussion.

When: 2.00pm to 3.00pm on 12 April 2018

Where: Room 612 Education Building A35