One valuable part of the Virjox-project is to introduce and also educate chosen journalism students in virtual reality storytelling practices. In the Department of Language and Communication Studies, University of Jyväskylä, virtual reality is already part of video journalism course. After only two months of preparation by the instructors and one technician, the first virtual reality module was created. The module consists of theoretical lectures and practical hands-on sessions. Four students were given a special opportunity to focus on virtual reality storytelling.The piloting students will test two VR cameras 360Fly 4 K and Ricoh Theta, and for video editing and post-production Adobe Premier Pro is used.