Danvers, a Massachusetts town about 20 miles north of Boston, has five small elementary schools. The switch to the town’s bigger middle school — where, for the first time, students walk the halls on their own between classes — can be a little scary.

It’s even more daunting for students with disabilities.

That’s one reason the district’s technology director, Jeff Liberman, purchased a 360-degree camera and recruited student videographers to help with a project: This year, students taking a video production class will create a virtual tour of the middle school. The goal is to give new students a chance to explore their future school in advance, in a low-

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