Share Paper: Build Transmedia Materials to Connect Analog and Digital Worlds

  1. Kathleen Vigil, Marist College, United States
Wednesday, March 28 10:15 AM-11:15 AM Edison Ballroom D

Abstract: 21st century students learn through multiple modalities, but designing resources that bring audio, video, image, and web resources to students outside of the classroom can be technically challenging and time-consuming for teachers. As the majority of students now own mobile devices with Internet access, teachers can take advantage of the built-in cameras on such devices to scan triggers that instantly bring students from paper to digital resources. Scannable technology such as QR codes and Augmented Reality trigger images are easy to create and embed among information on traditional paper worksheets Once accessed, the trigger can open a variety of resources ...