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Wednesday, August 1 • 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Beyond The Screen: Engaging Learners And Transforming Communities Through Augmented Reality Technologies

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In "Beyond the Screen," we contribute AR design cases from diverse contexts as examples of implementations that connect learners beyond the screen through location- or place-based activities. The symposium is comprised of an interdisciplinary group of educators, researchers, and developers who are experimenting with the ways that AR technologies shift classrooms and communal knowledge through playful learning. The projects in this symposium range from teacher-created to learner-created experiences and from large scale (e.g. a major history museum project) to smaller scale class projects (e.g. augmenting a campus with cultural theory). By presenting a range of implementations, we hope that our interactive symposium structure will engage participants in a rich discussion around how to leverage AR to design location-based learning experiences that move beyond traditional barriers of walls and screens into local spaces such as nature preserves, museums, campuses, and neighborhoods.


Speakers
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David Gagnon

Field Day Lab Director, University of Wisconsin-Madison
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Lisa Larson

Learning Experience Designer, Lila Learning Designs
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Breanne Litts

Assistant Professor, Utah State University
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Susan Agger, M.Ed.

Cambridge Public School District
Susan Agger coordinates the Maynard Ecology Center for Cambridge Public Schools (Mass) and has taught elementary and middle grade science for fourteen years. She focuses her teaching work on access and engagement for all students using local outdoor resources. | She is interested... Read More →
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Chase Mortensen

Research Assistant, Utah State University
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Deborah Silvis

Teaching Assistant, University of Washington


Wednesday August 1, 2018 3:15pm - 4:15pm
MIT List Visual Arts Center, E15-070 Bartos Theater, Lower Level, Weisner Building E15 Wiesner Bldg, 20 Ames St, Cambridge, MA 02142, USA

Attendees (69)