Emory Craig is the Cofounder and Partner at Digital Bodies, a research and consulting group and popular website for news and analysis of immersive technologies. Digital Bodies helps business, nonprofit, and educational organizations understand and implement augmented and virtual reality. He is fascinated by the ways VR and AI will transform education and society and deeply concerned by the ethical challenges. He has been interviewed in numerous podcasts, The Atlantic and other publications. In 2017-2018, he co-authored the EDUCAUSE-ELI series: “VR and AR: Stepping into the New Frontier of Learning.”
As the former Director of eLearning at The College of New Rochelle, Emory was responsible for strategic planning and the integration of emerging technologies in the curriculum. A Frye Fellow, he has written and presented extensively at both national and international conferences on innovation in education and the impact of the digital revolution on contemporary culture. He focuses on the personal and organizational strategies we will need to live in a world where experiences are available on demand, and the boundary between the real and the virtual disappear.
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