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Title: Alba metaverse, brand identity and communication
Authors: Najjar, Lynn
Advisors: Ghazi, Paula
Keywords: Metaverse, communication, education, design, creation, socialization, engaging, platform, interaction, emersion, virtual, web 0.3
Subjects: Platforms for interactivity
Dissertations, Academic
University of Balamand--Dissertations
Issue Date: 2023
Metaversity is a cutting-edge educational platform that leverages the power of the metaverse to provide immersive and interactive learning experiences for students. The metaverse’s mission is to break down the barriers of traditional education and provide a new way for people to learn, collaborate, and innovate in a virtual environment. With Metaversity, students can access a wide range of courses, connect with other learners from around the world, and engage with industry experts in a dynamic and engaging way This project involves creating a virtual world, a metaverse, for Alba university. This metaverse would allow students, faculty, and staff to interact with each other and the university environment in a virtual space, using avatars to represent themselves. The purpose of the metaverse could be to facilitate distance learning, increasing socialization, or enhance the overall university experience such as including in the academic year virtual exhibitions and site visits for all students. By using a questionnaire, I was able to collect valuable insights that informed the design of our platform that is tailored to the specific needs of the audience, ensuring that it will be wellreceived and meet the expectations of the users through functionality and design. Overall, creating a metaverse for your university can be an exciting and an innovative project, with the potential to transform the way students and faculty interact with each other and the university environment. With careful planning, we can create a metaverse that enhances the university experience and provides new opportunities for learning and socialization.
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Type: Thesis
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