A Mobile Augmented Reality (mAR) Blended Learning Application for Primary School Pupils

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Marina Delianidi
Dept. of Information Technology
Alexander TEI of Thessaloniki
Thessaloniki, Greece

Alexandros Papanikolaou
Dept. of Information Technology
Alexander TEI of Thessaloniki
Thessaloniki, Greece

Christos Ilioudis
Dept. of Information Technology
Alexander TEI of Thessaloniki
Thessaloniki, Greece

Abstract: In our work we combined augmented reality with mobile learning and, by exploiting the characteristics of those two elements, we developed a mobile augmented reality blended learning application for teaching a given subject. The main contribution of this work in mAR blended learning is the augmentation of the teaching subject using dynamic, on-line content from popular sources. In this way, the content is continually revised and by exploiting the personalization techniques that search engines use, such as user profile and language. Our mAR blended learning application was developed using open source software and yielded encouraging results when tested on pupils aged 11-12 years old.

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