Ready, Commit, Continue, and Complete (Project RC3), at New Mexico State University Alamogordo, is funded by the U.S. Department of Education through Title V Developing Hispanic Serving Institutions grant (P031S200020). Project PC3 Partners with Learn New Mexico to create and offer a virtual reality (VR) laboratory (Aggie – I Lab) that is located on the NMSU-A campus. The partnership is beneficial to Project PC3 because the VR lab (Aggie – I Lab) provides NMSU-A faculty with the opportunity to offer interactive learning to their classrooms to engage in virtual activities related to their program of study. The virtual activities help prepare college students for careers through simulated experiences that keep them engaged in learning. The intention is that these activities will help increase NMSU-A enrollment, retention, and graduation rates.
Otero Counting DWI Prevention
Learn New Mexico partnered with Otero County DWI to create four immersive virtual reality videos aimed at training individuals to combat substance abuse.
Cloudcroft High School
Cloudcroft High School has enthusiastically embraced our Virtual Reality Lab packages, acquiring 14 headsets for both students and teachers to enhance their educational experience. They will additionally receive training sessions on the correct utilization of headsets, effective usage of educational applications, and personalized one-on-one training for educators