Presentado en el V Seminario Peruano de Geoingeniería.Por: L. Jordá Bordehore, Departamento de Ingeniería del Terreno. Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros de Caminos, Canales y Puertos. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. AbstractThroughout this last year and a half, we have implemented different resources to be able to teach and train remotely (online) without losing as much as possible the essence of field and laboratory work in the subjects of rock mechanics, geotechnics, and tunnels. Virtual Reality allows us to break to some extent the monotony of online classes and brings us closer to the pre-covid world of laboratories and field trips. We have used several simple and intuitive tools to develop these teaching materials, mainly laboratory practices and field mapping trips: the one we liked the most was Cospaces, as well as online archives such as Sketchfab. We believe that everything we have learned and implemented during the confinements and restrictions of the pandemic can continue to be used and, in fact, are an ideal complement for teaching. The virtual environments have allowed us to continue almost normally with some subjects and will remain for the future as a very useful tool to make visits to remote and/or logistically complicated places, as well as to serve as an introduction prior to the internships.