|Title:||Augmented Reality for Interpretive and Experiential Learning|
|Publication:||Museums and the Web 2014: Selected Papers from Two International Conferences|
|Editors:||Nancy Proctor and Rich Cherry|
|Publisher:||Museums and the Web LLC|
The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia has been investigating the use of augmented reality technology in exhibit-based, hands-on learning environments. Fixed-position augmented reality is having a positive impact on the learning outcomes for middle-school students who participate in the ARIEL project research.
Keywords: augmented reality, science learning, prototyping, science, hands-on engagement