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|Title:||Augmented Reality in Pedestrian Navigation applied in a context of Mobile Learning: Resources for enhanced comprehension of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics|
|Authors:||Joo Nagata, J.|
García-Bermejo Giner, J.
Martínez Abad, F.
|Keywords:||computer uses in education|
computer-managed instruction (CMI)
computer-assisted instruction (CAI)
|Citation:||Joo Nagata, J., García-Bermejo Giner, J., & Martínez Abad, F. (2017). Augmented Reality in Pedestrian Navigation applied in a context of Mobile Learning: Resources for enhanced comprehension of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. International Journal of Engineering Education, 33(2B), 768–780.|
|Abstract:||This paper describes the creation and educational eﬀectiveness of a digitally-enabled learning module. The module is linked to the implementation of several Mobile Pedestrian Navigation and Augmented Reality features (MPN-AR), which are used to carry out training processes. In particular, the information imparted is related to territorial information on several relevant disciplines like Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). This is done in a context of digital information about the environment of Santiago de Chile. The research focuses on two main areas, of which the ﬁrst is the territorial delimitation, in the thematic context of the study area, in order to carry out the design of an MPN-AR application. This includes deﬁning the architecture, functionality, user interface and implementation of the application. A second step deals with the empirical veriﬁcation of the results produce by the various modes of operation of the application, as well as the comprehensibility and eﬀectiveness of the model. This is done by means of an MPN-AR application, which has been created in the context of mobile learning and ubiquitous learning as applied to territorial or environments systems. The precise context will be students in a formal educational context. Finally, the implication of these results is discussed, determining their eﬀectiveness within the context of m-learning and u-learning scenarios in comparison with traditional teaching|
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