The Eduverse, by Avantis Education was named a winner of SmartBrief on EdTech’s 2023 Readers’ Choice Awards. The awards celebrate innovative education technologies and solutions that are changing the education landscape for the better. The Eduverse was a winner in the Curriculum Development category. Winners are selected based on votes from SmartBrief readers.

“We created The Eduverse specifically with educators in mind. It allows them to leverage the power of the metaverse for education from any device and ensures a secure and controlled environment for students,” said Avantis Education’s CEO, Nik Tuson. “It can be challenging for teachers to find new ways to make content relatable for students. To have the Eduverse selected by SmartBrief’s readers shows we are helping to meet this challenge.”

The Eduverse is a built-for-education online platform that helps districts supplement curriculum by providing immersive, educational VR and AR content in a secure, teacher-controlled virtual environment. Teachers log into the Eduverse dashboard from any internet-enabled device to invite students into virtual scenes where they communicate and collaborate using avatars. The content is accessible on any device or on VR headsets. Students can virtually attend class on the moon, explore World War I trenches, swim with sharks, or float through blood vessels. A free option makes it accessible regardless of budget, or VR hardware access.

This is the fifth award Avantis Education has won since the beginning of 2022. The company’s Eduverse Expeditions, an immersive library of VR and AR content, was named a winner in the EdTech Digest 2023 EdTech Awards, Tech & Learning Best of Show Awards at ISTELive 22, the Tech & Learning Awards of Excellence Best of 2022, and THE Journal’s 2022 New Product Awards. Eduverse Expeditions was also named a finalist in the District Administration’s Top Ed Tech Products Awards at FETC 2023.

For the full list of winners, visit

To learn more about the Eduverse, visit

About Avantis

Avantis Education, the creators of ClassVR, provides simple classroom technology used by more than a million students in over 80 countries.

The world’s first virtual reality technology designed just for education provides everything a school needs to seamlessly implement VR technology in any classroom, all at an affordable price.