Augmented Learning with Augmented Reality
Perhaps no other digital technology has the potential for revolutionizing the educational experience as augmented reality (AR). In this chapter the philosophical, pedagogical, and conceptual underpinnings are unpacked regarding learning with AR. Specifically, AR is defined and the evolution detailed. Next, some of the common usages of the technology are described, recommendations given, and finally the future educational implications are presented.
KeywordsAugmented Reality Augmented Reality System Augmented Reality Application Augmented Reality Technology Tangible Item
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