Learners ’ Experience of Presence in Virtual Worlds by Mark Childs


or imagine things, which would make it harder to accept what they consider an 'imaginary' space.” This echoes Heeter’s description of immersive tendencies, i.e. propensity to engage belief in a virtual world (1995; 200). Blue student F also suggested that participants need to be resilient to some of the negative experiences that may occur. “I would say the… (More)

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