With a shortage of good quality learning materials available for plumbing students, Kendal College has developed new materials using Augmented Reality (AR) technology.
Find out more about how this was achieved, the difference it has made to their students and how the College is developing these materials for other subjects.
Carole Drury, College Director, Kendal College
Dan Hodge, Lecturer in Digital Media, Kendal College
What will you learn or take away?
Identify learning objectives that can benefit from the introduction of Augmented Reality linked to relevant areas of the curriculum
Establish a protocol for the development of the skills “segments” that will form part of the Augmented Reality sequences
Use tablets to refine and implement technology for learners by a specially selected pilot group and then integrated into other student communities
Engage your College students to develop and pilot ‘raw materials’
Produce and implement an impact survey of the pilot materials to inform further development of the technology
Access the materials for use in your own work and different contexts.
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Who should attend
- Teaching and Learning practitioners