Ideals and Virtual Realities

  title={Ideals and Virtual Realities},
  author={Enrique Canessa and Livio Tenze},
  journal={Int. J. Emerg. Technol. Learn.},
Abstract—A main step for world’s progress is to keep sharing ever-present Ideals for science and education within today’s Virtual Realities. On-line education is transforming human society to new levels in the way people teach and learn during the ongoing SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. There is an increasing interest in having more and more reliable, fast and simple apps to communicate and also to record, assemble and distribute videos and lectures in the fields of Physics & Maths still using traditional… 

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