Augmented reality trail: an effective tool to engage students in learning?

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Samuel, J. 2018. Augmented reality trail: an effective tool to engage students in learning?
AuthorsSamuel, J.
TypeConference poster
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Technology is regularly used in an effort to increase student engagement and thought to improve student outcome (Mayer, 2005).

There are many examples of Augmented Reality being used to enhance learning, specifically in medical training. AR trails are being used by a number of organisations for tourism and knowledge exchange, however there is little research on the effect AR trails have on student engagement and attainment.

This project was created to see the response to the trail, and to gauge how effective it was in facilitating learning.

KeywordsAugmented reality trail
Year2018
ConferenceHEA Advance HE Teaching & Learning Conference
FunderFutures Initiative, Sustainability Office, CCCU
References

Mayer, R. E. (2005). Five common, but questionable principles
of multimedia learning. In R. E. Clark & D. F. Feldon (Eds.),
Cambridge handbook of multimedia learning (pp. 97-116).
Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.
Braun, V. Clarke, V. (2008) Using thematic analysis in
psychology. Qualitative Research in Psychology. 3:2 77 - 101

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Deposited23 Aug 2018
Completed03 Jul 2018
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