360 Global Learning Experiences

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What is 360 GLE?

360 GLE contains over 60 hours of immersive global content produced by local experts in the field around the world. AGSC has purchased access for all faculty at GT and GSU.

There are four main areas of study, of which each area of study contains 12 hours of 360°, supplemental, globally-infused real world content; totaling 48 hours of internationalized content and materials.

  1. Humanities 
  2. Business
  3. Sciences
  4. Global Perspectives 

Countries featured in 360° GLE 2021 subscription model:

  • Costa Rica (Science and Global Perspectives)
  • England (Humanities, Business, Science, Global Perspectives)
  • France (Business)
  • Germany (Global Perspectives)
  • Greece (Humanities, Business, Global Perspectives)
  • Hungary (Global Perspectives)
  • India (Business, Global Perspectives)
  • Italy (Humanities and Global Perspectives)
  • Switzerland (Science, Business and Global Perspectives)

These materials have been created for faculty to use as global learning modules to assist in internationalizing and enhancing their curriculum. It can be integrated directly into existing courses in Canvas and other digital learning platforms. Faculty can navigate and utilize videos from the 360 GLE video library, in addition to selecting entire virtual tours, or sections of virtual tours, to assign to students, or use in the classroom/online.

Students can access materials through: Smartphone, Tablet, Laptop, Desktop, Smartboard, Smart TV, and VR Goggles.

Information Sessions

For information about our next session, please email us at agsc@gatech.edu or agsc@gsu.edu

"The 'European Tour in Virtual Reality' is a learning experience created with the support of the GSU Creative Media Industries Institute, which provides classroom hardware and technical support for our international business students. 'The European Tour in Virtual Reality' is part of our undergraduate course 'Doing Business in World Regions: Europe,' which is taken by business students in general and counts towards our Minor in International Business and the GSU OII Global Scholar Distinction Program.  Participating students visited some of the most important cities in Europe. This learning intervention was enhanced with the support of the GSU Office of International Initiatives and the Atlanta Global Studies Center, which provided free access to our students to an impressive library of audiovisual learning materials produced by 360GLE and specially curated for our course, covering topics such as Brexit, EU Imports & Exports, EU Regulations, EU Entrepreneurship, etc."

Feel free to email us for more information or details on how to access 360 GLE.


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