Using immersive augmented reality to guide families' observations and visualizations of pollinator habitats in outdoor spaces

Immersive AR technologies can support students' learning processes and deep engagement with outdoor science pursuits, yet few studies explore these technologies with out-of-school learners. We analyze how immersive AR features built into an outdoor-based mobile app shaped nine families' learning experiences as they explored pollinator habitats. Preliminary findings revealed that immersive AR scanning tools built into the Pollinator Explorers app guided families' observational practices of real-world objects through virtual overlays representing pollinator habitats.

Proceedings from poster presented at 16th International Conference of the Learning Sciences - ICLS 2022

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Work Title Using immersive augmented reality to guide families' observations and visualizations of pollinator habitats in outdoor spaces
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  1. Lucy R. McClain
  2. Heather Zimmerman
  3. Susan M. Land
  4. Lillyanna Faimon
  5. Yu-Chen Chiu
  6. Stephanie Bowles
  7. Charles A. Keith
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  1. Proceedings of the 16th International Conference of the Learning Sciences - ICLS 2022
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    • Immersive AR technologies can support students' learning processes and deep engagement with outdoor science pursuits, yet few studies explore these technologies with out-of-school learners. We analyze how immersive AR features built into an outdoor-based mobile app shaped nine families' learning experiences as they explored pollinator habitats. Preliminary findings revealed that immersive AR scanning tools built into the Pollinator Explorers app guided families' observational practices of real-world objects through virtual overlays representing pollinator habitats.
    • Immersive AR technologies can support students' learning processes and deep engagement with outdoor science pursuits, yet few studies explore these technologies with out-of-school learners. We analyze how immersive AR features built into an outdoor-based mobile app shaped nine families' learning experiences as they explored pollinator habitats. Preliminary findings revealed that immersive AR scanning tools built into the Pollinator Explorers app guided families' observational practices of real-world objects through virtual overlays representing pollinator habitats.
    • Conference proceedings from poster presented at Proceedings of the 16th International Conference of the Learning Sciences - ICLS 2022
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    • https://repository.isls.org//handle/1/9009
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    • 2022-07-01
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    • Immersive AR technologies can support students' learning processes and deep engagement with outdoor science pursuits, yet few studies explore these technologies with out-of-school learners. We analyze how immersive AR features built into an outdoor-based mobile app shaped nine families' learning experiences as they explored pollinator habitats. Preliminary findings revealed that immersive AR scanning tools built into the Pollinator Explorers app guided families' observational practices of real-world objects through virtual overlays representing pollinator habitats.
    • Conference proceedings from poster presented at Proceedings of the 16th International Conference of the Learning Sciences - ICLS 2022
    • Proceedings from poster presented at 16th International Conference of the Learning Sciences - ICLS 2022
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