CQUni's MASK-ED technology exposed to quarter of a billion viewers
Published:09 February 2015
BBC World Global News has featured CQUniversity's MASK-ED technology which enables health educators to interact with students as a range of different characters.
With a potential audience of over 250 million viewers, the program's video feed featured use of the technology by the University of Surrey, with acknowledgement that it was pioneered at CQUniversity.
The copyrighted MASK-ED technology has has been getting rave reviews by educators in a range of overseas countries since it was introduced by Professor Kerry Reid-Searl.
The extensive BBC coverage includes a studio interview and footage of MASK-ED in active use.
You can view the footage via http://bit.ly/1IxaPST .
It is initiatives like this which show that CQUniversity is emerging as one of Australia's truly Great Universities.