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2012 04-19 (educon2012) emadrid uned ubiquitous anotation collaborative open mobile augmented reality

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2012 04-19
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ubiquitous anotation collaborative open mobile augmented reality

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  • 1. Ubiquitous Annotation and aCollaborative Open Mobile Augmented Reality Emilio Julio Lorenzo, Sergio Martín UNED University emiliojulio@lsi.uned.es smartin@ieec.uned.es
  • 2. Ubiquitous vs Mobile According to Ogata & Yano  Mobile learning  Activities outside of the classroom with mobile devices  e.g. Observations taken on a field trip  Ubiquitous learning  Activities outside and inside of the classroom with several devices (including mobile)  e.g. long term activities with mobile devices, PCs, digital blackboards, etc
  • 3. Ubiquitous activities Results Exchange  Learning Object Repository (LOR) Interoperability between tools  CARDS-Metamodel meta language [Lorenzo, E.J., Verdejo, M.F. (2011) Modelling the Aggregation of Multimedia Data to Connect the Inputs and Outcomes of a Variety of Tools. Proceedings ICALT July 2011. pp. 381 - 383 DOI: 10.1109/ICALT.2011.120] K-12 Students
  • 4. Scenarios 1. FIELD TRIP C IP LOR
  • 5. Field trip
  • 6. Scenarios 1. FIELD TRIP LOR2. COMPLETE DATA Teacher
  • 7. Completing data
  • 8. Scenarios 1. FIELD TRIP LOR2. COMPLETE DATA Teacher 3. COMPOSITION
  • 9. Composition
  • 10. Scenarios 1. FIELD TRIP 4. CONCEPT MAPPING LOR2. COMPLETE DATA Teacher 3. COMPOSITION
  • 11. Concept Mapping
  • 12. CARDS-Metamodelinteroperability  Tool results as Cards  Declarative form-like language  CARDS-Metamodel to create and display LOs  Tool independent
  • 13. CARDS- Metamodelinteroperability
  • 14. LeARnengineering Project:A Collaborative AR App
  • 15. Out-of-the-classroom Learning
  • 16. Operation
  • 17. Collaborative project Collaborative project Any student can add new content POIs to the augmented reality application Bidirectional flow of information (teacher <-> student)
  • 18. AR app available for: Android phones iPhone 3GS iPhone 4 iPhone 4S Blackberry 7 Symbian
  • 19. Audience 50 students from the Environment Sciences Grade of UNED used the app during a four- months course Very positive evaluation Contents:  Hydroelectrically plant  Thermo-solar plant  Wind farm  Renewable Energy Parks  Thermal plant  Nuclear plant  Solar farm
  • 20. Ubiquitous Annotation and aCollaborative Open Mobile Augmented Reality Emilio Julio Lorenzo, Sergio Martín UNED University emiliojulio@lsi.uned.es smartin@ieec.uned.es
  • 21. Questions ?