Vol 12, No 1 (2019)

Pedagogy - Taking Stock and Looking Forward (Part 2)

2019 marks the tenth anniversary of a landmark issue of the Journal of Virtual Worlds Research, which was themed on ‘Pedagogy.’ Volume 2 Number 1 of the journal was the fruition of a vision of the late Leslie Jarmon, a pioneer academic in the use of virtual worlds and immersive environments for learning. Much has changed since the heady days of the late 2000s, yet many aspects have proved enduring.

This issue represents the concluding half of an effort to commemorate the occasion and aims to document both the present and emerging state-of-the-art, covering the adoption, design, enaction, scaling and translation of immersive and/or mixed-reality environments for learning, and in other contexts of education.

Table of Contents

Issue Editors' Corner

Kenneth Y T Lim, Catia Ferreira

Peer Reviewed Research Papers

Kate Dagleish, Mary Laurenson
Enrico Gandolfi, Robert Clements
Marijel Melo, Elizabeth Bentley, Ken S. McAllister, José Cortez
Mikko Vesisenaho, Merja Juntunen, Päivi Häkkinen, Johanna Pöysä-Tarhonen, Janne Fagerlund, Iryna Miakush, Tiina Parviainen