Tuesday, June 25
11:55 AM-12:15 PM

Can Mobile Augmented Reality be Effective in an Indoor Learning Environment as it is Within an Outdoor one?

Brief Paper: Other ID: 39898
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    Farzana Latif
    City University, London

Abstract: This paper explores how Augmented Reality using mobile devices was implemented in an indoor authentic learning environment. It further investigates previous work by the author (Latif, 2012), which found that the opportunity to overlay context specific resources, could enhance learning in novel ways and increase interaction with learning material both physical and electronic. A combination of student observations, focus groups and questionnaires were carried out to enhance the AR solution, identify pedagogic value, highlight logistical issues and explore further potential applications. The educational benefits and practical considerations outlined from the data collected are presented and will offer value to those considering working on or implementing AR projects.

Presider: Marla Weston, Camosun College


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