Virtual Learning Center

On the 3rd Floor of the Library, students and faculty can get hands on training with the usage of fully immersive VR Headsets.

VLC Contact Information


Phone: (904) 620-4038

Building 12, Rm # 3401 

Operating Hours

Spring Semester 2022 Hours:

Monday - Thursday: 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Friday - Saturday: Closed
Sunday: 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.

Virtual Learning Librarian

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Beryl White-Bing

Contact Us

Call Us (904) 620-2615

Chat With Us
Text Us (904) 507-4122
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Book a Station or Schedule a Visit

If you would like to try VR for yourself by booking a VR headset for learning or leisure, click the "Reserve VR Station" below. Virtual Learning staff will walk you through how to use the headset if you aren't sure, or you can play your own VR applications using your personal Steam Account. If you are interested in booking the entire space for a class or workshop, please use the "Request Class" button.


Reserve VR Station


 Request Class


For general questions about the Virtual Learning Center or the educational and research uses of VR, AR, and MR, please email

About the Virtual Learning Center

student using a standing VR station with staff helpingThe Virtual Learning Center (VLC) provides a space for faculty and student interaction with virtual content that enhances learning. Faculty and students can explore and gain a better understanding of this emerging technology with Vive Pro Eye Headsets and a variety of games and experiences.

Virtual Reality is the perception of being physically present in a non-physical world. In other words, it is transporting you to a different, virtual reality. 

The VLC is located on the third floor of the library and offers the following:

  • 16 Dell desktop computers: 3 standing and 13 sitting spaces
  • 13 wired Vive Pro Eye Virtual Reality headsets
  • 3 wireless Vive Pro Eye Virtual Reality headsets
  • Steam - Virtual Reality software. Offers experiences and games.
  • Unity - Software that allows Virtual Reality builds and customization. Users must provide their own Unity login. 

Access the Virtual Learning Center's Digital Commons Collection here.

First Time Visiting

Before Arriving

All new users must complete the Virtual Learning Center User Acknowledgement and  go through the Steam VR tutorial before going into the VR Experiences.   Each VR Station has it's own Steam Account, but if you have your own Steam account, you may use it. 

  • VLC User Acknowledgment: contains valuable information regarding safe usage of materials. 
  • Each station has its own Steam Account: Username and password will be given at check in and allows access to our virtual reality experiences. .