The Extended Reality (XR) Ethics in Education is the next paper in the series of the IEEE Global Initiative on the Ethics of Extended Reality.
The lead author is Eleni Mangina, Professor at the School of Computer Science at the University College Dublin, who has been looking at XR in education use cases as a part of the Horizon 2020 effort, and education policies from around the world. The paper details the challenges around Equity, Acceptance, Safety, and Privacy of educational XR experiences, and has a number of recommendations for creating XR education frameworks and addressing the variety of legal concerns, ethical concerns, data privacy concerns, and strategies for bridging the digital divide and making XR more equitable and accessible for the use within an educational context.
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