Tuesday, March 7
5:30 PM-7:00 PM
Capitol Ballroom D & E

A Comparative Analysis of Augmented Reality and Two-Dimensional Using Molecular Modeling on Student Learning

Poster/Demo ID: 50918
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    Parviz Safadel
    Texas Tech University
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    David White
    Texas Tech University

Abstract: The purpose of this study was to compare Augmented Reality and 2-Dimensional tutorials using molecular modeling on student learning and satisfaction . A sample of 60 college students was assigned randomly to one of two conditions namely 2D and AR. At the end of experiment participants completed a comprehensive test and then a satisfaction questionnaire. The results of the study showed a significant relationship between media usability, satisfaction, and retention.

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