Communicating Conservation with Virtual 360 degree Tours

A look at how students in the communication practices in agricultural and natural resources course (AEC 4035) used virtual 360 tours to communicate about forest conservation.

Zoe Bowden, a graduate student in the Agricultural Education and Communication Department, explains how students enrolled in the AEC 4035: Communication Practices in Agricultural and Natural Resources course developed 360 degree virtual tours to communicate about conservation. Bowden shared how the students in the course took the 360 degree photographs, worked with foresters at Austin Carry Forest to input the content into the tour, and took the tours to local places around Gainesville, Florida. Below you will find out more information about the virtual 360 degree tours!

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Click here to visit Bowden’s Adobe Spark page about communicating conservation with virtual 360 degree tours.

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Bowden’s photo essay about Communicating Conservation with Virtual 360 degree Tours. Click here to download


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