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24 January, 2013 - 25 January, 2013 University of Southampton

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    Breaking down the classroom walls: Augmented Reality and language learning Breaking down the classroom walls: Augmented Reality and language learning Presentation Transcript

    • 1 31/01/2013
    • Breaking down the classroom walls: Augmented Reality and language learning E- symposium 2013 24 January, 2013 - 25 January, 2013 University of Southampton Billy Brick and Tiziana Cervi-Wilson lsx133@coventry.ac.uk and lsx091@coventry.ac.uk Coventry University
    • OverviewDefinitionsResearch ProjectLiteraturePositive and Negative aspectsDiscussion 3 31/01/2013
    • How many of you use Augmented Reality? 4 31/01/2013
    • What is Augmented Reality?Short Explanation by Common Craft 5 31/01/2013
    • People’s reaction to AR for the 1st time… … 6 31/01/2013
    • Source: http://tinyurl.com/anb576d 7 31/01/2013
    • Research ProjectWorked with Faculty Learning TechnologistDesigned a bespoke treasure hunt aroundCoventryRecorded audio files with instructions inItalian (wav files using Microsoft voicerecorder) 8 31/01/2013
    • Research Project (2)Students required to practise four skillsfollowing written and audio prompts triggeredby their locationAugmented Reality “Treasure Hunt” experience Students move from location to location based on instructions, answering questions Different routes, instructions and questions Mobile device requiring camera, GPS and gyroscope/digital compass supportReponses include text messages, photos,audio and video 9 31/01/2013
    • Mobile phones are becoming context-aware,with GPS positioning, recognition of objectsby infrared or wireless tags, and automaticinterpretation of images. They are offeringopportunities to support new forms oflearning through contextual support for fieldtrips, location-based guides, environmentalstudies (Squire & Klopfer, 2007) and to assisteveryday learning activities (Vavoula &Sharples, 2001). 10 31/01/2013
    • Use in testing 11 31/01/2013
    • LiteratureVery little written on AR in HE contextDigital Literacies - (Conole and Alevizo, 2010)MALL - (Kukulska-Hulme, 2006, 2009, 2011, 2012) Language learning defined by time and placeGodwin-Jones, 2011) Apps, technological developments and language learningTraxler (2007) - Mobile learning, conceptualisation; evaluationStockwell (2010) SMS, VocabularyHurd (2005) Learner Autonomy 12 31/01/2013
    • ScalabilityAudio files can easily be changed to any otherlanguagePossible to design an app to build an app?4G should improve speeds and battery life should alsoimprove 13 31/01/2013
    • Positive AspectsImproves learners’ digital literacy (Conole, &
Alevizo 2010)Takes learning outside the classroom (Brown2010) 14 31/01/2013
    • Negative AspectsTime consumingStill a new technologyHave to design for a variety ofdevicesRelies on students having suitabledevices - BYOD 15 31/01/2013
    • Some Other Activities for Augmented Reality Language LearningRole plays as tour guides (learners access Wikitude for information)AR Geocaching (hidden containers are virtual /augmented reality).Projects and fieldtrips (students explore and collect data (text/videos/audios/images)) 16 31/01/2013
    • ...the boundaries betweentraditional roles (teacher andlearner) and functions (teachingand learning) are blurring.‘Teachers’ need to be learners inorder to make sense of and takeaccount of new technologies intheir practice. Conole and Alevizo(2010) p. 44 17 31/01/2013
    • Any questions? 18 31/01/2013
    • References [online] available fromAvatar Languages (2009) Augmented Reality Language Learning <http://www.slideshare.net/AvatarLanguages.com/augmented-reality-language- learning-virtual-worlds-meet-mlearning > [20th December 2012]Betham, H. and Sharpe , R. (eds) (2007) Rethinking Pedagogy for a Digital Age: Designing and Delivering E-Learning. London: Routledge.Bibby, S (2011) Do Students Wish to ‘Go Mobile’? An Investigation into Student Use of PCs and Cell Phones. International Journal of Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Teaching, 1 (2), 43-54Brown, E (2010). Introduction to location-based mobile learning. In: Brown, Elizabeth ed. Education in the wild: contextual and location-based mobile learning in action. A report from the STELLAR Alpine Rendez-Vous workshop series. STELLAR Alpine Rendez-Vous workshop. Nottingham, UK: Learning Sciences Research Institute, University of Nottingham, pp. 7–9. [online] available from http://www.lsri.nottingham.ac.uk/ejb/preprints/ARV_Education_in_the_wild.pdf [21st Jan 2013]Conole, G and 
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    • Kukulska-Hulme, A. (2009) Will mobile learning change language learning? ReCALL 21 (2) 157-165.Kukulska-Hulme, A and Jones, C (2011) The next generation: design and the infrastructure for learning in a mobile and networked world. In: Olofsson, A. D. and Lindberg, J. Ola eds. Informed Design of Educational Technologies in Higher Education: Enhanced Learning and Teaching. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference (an Imprint of IGI Global), pp. 57–78.Kukulska-Hulme, A (2012) Language learning defined by time and place: A framework for next generation designs. In: Díaz-Vera, Javier E. ed. Left to My Own Devices: Learner Autonomy and Mobile Assisted Language Learning. Innovation and Leadership in English Language Teaching, 6. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited , pp. 1–13. [online] available from http://oro.open.ac.uk/30756/1/AKH_Emerald_chapter_FINAL.pdf [17th January 2013]O’Malley, C., Vavoula, G., Glew, J., Taylor, J., Sharples, M. and Lefrere, P. (2003) Guidelines for learning/teaching/tutoring in a mobile environment. Mobilearn project deliverable. [online] available from <http://www.mobilearn.org/download/results/guidelines.pdf > [3rd December 2011] 21 31/01/2013
    • Simon, E.F and Fell, C.P (2012) Using Mobile Learning Resources in Foreign Language Instruction [online] available from http://www.educause.edu/ero/article/using-mobile- learning-resources-foreign-language-instruction [17th January 2013]Squire, K., and Klopfer, E. (2007) Augmented Reality Simulations on Handheld Computers. The Journal of the Learning Sciences, 16(3), 317-413.Stockwell, G. (2010). Using Mobile Phones for Vocabulary Activities: Examining the Effect of the Platform. Language Learning & Technology, 14(2), 95–110 [online] available from <http://llt.msu.edu/ vol14num2/stockwell.pdf> [17th January 2013]Traxler, J (2007) Defining, Discussing and Evaluating Mobile Learning: the moving finger writes and having writ . . . . The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning. [online] available from <http://www.irrodl.org/index.php/irrodl/article/view/346/875> [8th December 2011]Vavoula, G. N. and Sharples, M. (2001) Studying the Learning Practice: Implications for the Design of a Lifelong Learning Support System. Proceedings of ICALT 2001 conference, Madison, USA, August 2001. pp. 379-380. 22 31/01/2013