Share Paper: Developing Digital Content that Helps Zoo Visitors Comparatively Observe Animal Exhibits

  1. Ryohei Egusa, Kobe University, Japan
  2. Riho Ishida, Kobe University, Japan
  3. Shoko Ono, Tama Art University, Japan
  4. Fusako Kusunoki, Tama Art University, Japan
  5. Etsuji Yamaguchi, Kobe University, Japan
  6. Shigenori Inagaki, Kobe University, Japan
  7. Tomoyuki Nogami, Kobe University, Japan
Tuesday, June 26 12:00-12:20 PM Oud West

Abstract: In this study, we developed content using tablet devices and web applications as an aid to observations and learning with comparisons between exhibits in zoos. Comparisons between animals are useful while learning about animals through observations, because experts are similar in the ways they observe animals. The content focused on the legs of the ostrich and emu. The content was developed with the aim of aiding the acquisition of knowledge on the emu and ostrich through observations while comparing between them. Therefore, the content included a quiz about their differences and a quiz about their similarities. We conduct the evaluation ...