Until 2017, AR-Sci partners will work to develop materials for teachers and students as well as guidelines for the use of augmented reality. In this way, we hope to be able to show a methodology for working with AR.
Also, the project will seek to influence the scientific communities around ICT and learning as well as ICT and science education. We hope to draw attention to and inspire innovation of 21st-century science education.
Throughout the project, there will be webinars and local events in all partner countries - England, Spain, Norway and Denmark. The materials developed will be available at www.jorum.ac.uk.
VIA E-Learning and Media, a research centre at VIA University College, Denmark, coordinates the project.
For more information, please contact:
Marianne Georgsen, E-learning specialist, PhD