Title

Digitally augmenting physical spaces for personalised learning

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

ACEC

Faculty

Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science

School

School of Computer and Security Science/Centre for Transformational Games

RAS ID

18721

Comments

This article was originally published as: Boston, J. , Masek, M. , Brogan, M. P., & Lam, C. P. (2014). Digitally Augmenting Physical Spaces for Personalised Learning. Proceedings of Australasian Computers in Education Conference. (pp. 52-60). Adelaide, S.A. ACEC. Original article available here

Abstract

The ubiquity of mobile computing devices, such as phones and tablets has led to their increased use in education. The ability of these devices to augment physical spaces with additional content shows particular promise to enable the creation of guided and learner driven learning experiences. In this paper, we introduce Trailblazer, a software framework that allows non-programmers to create rich augmented reality experiences. The framework allows for activities that are composed tasks that include a mixture of information transmission and knowledge testing through a multi-modal experience. A case study is presented demonstrating the framework in the cultural heritage space with Year 5 integrated curriculum

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