Towards a theory of augmented place.
Bulletin of the Technical Committee on Learning Technology, 14(4) pp. 43–45.
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This short paper is aimed at inspiring dialogue and debate around the theoretical perspectives underpinning research into learning in technology-enhanced augmented places, and the engagement by such learners with blended environments/spaces. The author argues that current theories do not fully model or explain our interactions with technology-enhanced physical environments and that a new theory that combines aspects of these may be required in order to fully understand the way in which we move, interact and learn within such surroundings.
||Special Theme: Technology-Augmented Physical Educational Spaces
||context awareness; ubiquitous computing; human computer interaction; cognition
||Institute of Educational Technology
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||27 Nov 2012 15:39
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