This virtual discussion, provided by the Building Efficiency for a Sustainable Tomorrow (BEST) National Center, explores the "applications of 360 video technologies for remote learning, instructional lab design models, and 'campus as living labs.'” In the video, Jenny Brinker from Northeast Wisconsin Technical College discusses H5P, which is a tool used for creating virtual tours. Brinker provides information on required equipment, creating a 360 virtual tour on H5P's website, licensing content, and financial requirements. Steve Abercrombie from South Seattle College then provides an introduction to 360 video applications. Abercrombie explores decision-making for virtual reality, H5P's integration with Canvas' learning management system (LMS), augmented reality streaming with Streem, and 360 video examples. The presenters also answer questions about 360 virtual tours. The video recording runs 1:06:07 minutes in length. 

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