HCI Aspects to Teaching Primary School Children the Islamic Prayer
A fundamental objective of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) is to design a system that provides the user with a positive experience. This is achieved by matching the experience with the user’s personal aims and goals. This study adopts a Virtual Environment setting for teaching the Islamic prayer to primary school children.
KeywordsHuman-Computer Interaction Virtual Environments Islamic prayer Kinesthetical learning X-Box 360 Kinect Learning preferences
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