The ‘why’ and the ‘how’ of 360° video in higher education & training

Part of series: Workshops & Seminars

This aim of this seminar is to introduce 360 degree video as a teaching and learning tool. This event which is aimed at a maximum of 30 participants will begin with a showcase session, whereby several experienced producers will demonstrate how they are using 360 degree video in different settings and explain why they opted for this particular use of video and what additional affordances it represents. In the second half of the seminar the conversation will shift more to practical topics as our producers will describe both the recording and editing challenges that they faced and give an insight into how they were overcome.

Moderator: Carlos Turro Ribalta, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain


  • Thomas Ginn, Educational Storyteller & XR Director, Centre for Innovation, Leiden University, The Netherlands
  • Tony Newton, Bravo Zulu Communications & Paul Gale, Silicon Pixel Ltd., UK
  • Esther Assendelft, InHolland University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands