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Title: Mobile Augmented Reality in Higher Education
Authors: Ternier, Stefaan
De Vries, Fred
Keywords: context
mobile learning
augmented reality
Issue Date: 12-Apr-2012
Abstract: Today there is an abundance of information available on the Internet. Making this information accessible through mobile devices, potentially taking account of the user's context, has it's merits. Most augmented reality browsers like Layar and Wikitude only focus on visualizing information that that is close to one's current location. We believe that considering feedback an decision taking are important as well when trying to implement successful learning through AR. ARLearn, a framework for serious games and field trips implements these features and supports both Augmented Reality and Augmented Virtuality scenarios. In this talk we will presents findings with this toolkit in decision taking, situated learning and expository learning scenarios.
Description: Ternier, S., & De Vries, F. (2012, 26 March). Mobile Augmented Reality in Higher Education. Presentation at Learning in Context '12 workshop, Brussels, Belgium.
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