Augmented Reality
Just a Fad or a Profound Tool for Teaching and Improving Campus Life?

Thursday, December 18, 2014
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Rose Hill - Walsh Family Library - Flom Auditorium

Augmented Reality (AR) overlays digital information on the physical world, creating layers that can be viewed through a smartphone or tablet.

In the classroom
Instructors use AR to add interactive elements, such as hyperlinks, audio, and images, to textbooks or other objects of study, such as a painting.
Learn how to use AR to facilitate active learning, support peer-to-peer learning, and engage students with course materials in a new way!

On campus
AR can be used, for example, to overlay information about university buildings, such as the offices located inside, and points of interest, such as a brief history of the oldest tree on campus.
Discover the easy-to-use software you need to create an augmented reality experience on campus!




Website, video, and app links with additional resources


About the Presenter



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Kristen Treglia is a Senior Instructional Technologist at Fordham University. She develops technology resources for faculty and teaches best practices for technology-based teaching methods and materials. She also has ten years’ experience teaching secondary mathematics and is well versed in social media and Web 2.0 technologies. kristentreglia.wordpress.com | twitter.com/kris10_