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Tim Drewitt, product innovator at software developer Kallidus, said that only 15 per cent of its clients were actively considering using VR for training over the next few years. If the price of headsets falls – Mr Zuckerberg predicts affordable sunglasses-style goggles are the future – universities’ use of VR may well take off. Millennials – those born between the early 1980s and early 2000s – are consuming content in an entirely different way to older generations, explained Joshua Roberts, owner of e-learning company Gaming in Training. “About 75 per cent are watching television with a second screen in their hand,” he added of the vogue to tweet along about everything from Question Time to the latest Premier League match. “This is how gamification came around,” he told the audience at King’s. Educational training is now moving away from a system of accumulating points or qualification badges to one in which various psychological hooks, used by video games to keep players' attention, are introduced into the classroom, Mr Roberts said. He argued that visible leader boards that introduce healthy competition among students, and Candy Crush-style duels, can push learners to achieve more. Lecturers may already use some of these tactics but experts predict that more high-tech versions will become commonplace. Different to gamification, this method sees educators use video games as tools to teach certain topics. Many academics are already using Minecraft, in which users create virtual worlds, to teach architecture, civil engineering and other technical subjects, while even the long-forgotten platform Second Life has a surprisingly large number of users in universities. Creating bespoke versions of video games for undergraduate learning may, however, prove the biggest barrier to making game-based learning more popular in universities, said Mr Roberts.
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