Manipolazioni virtuali della realtà, gesti, forme, superfici vive con realtà aumentata e virtuale
Editor: Sabrina Leone (Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy)
Release Date: October, 2013. Copyright © 2014. 338 pages.
Recently, there has been an increased understanding that learning occurs outside of the traditional classroom setting, particularly for adult lifelong learners. This perspective has enhanced an attentive design in the underlying technological architecture that is required for the integration of formal and informal learning environments. Synergic Integration of Formal and Informal E-Learning Environments for Adult Lifelong Learners presents a collection of issues and research from adult education professionals who define, develop, implement, and evaluate the integration of formal and informal eLearning environments for adult lifelong learners. Academics, teachers, administrators, and learning technologists will benefit from this publication’s unique approach to discussing and analyzing the challenges of introducing and implementing learning technologies for adult lifelong learners.
In Pedagogical Issues:
Street Poetry in Augmented Reality (Poesia di Strada in Realtà Aumentata)
Giuliana Guazzaroni, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy.
Mobile device and augmented reality facilities may represent access points to navigate the city, to ob- serve different layers of reality, to redraw the urban geography, and to explore the real environment. It is an emotional journey to observe familiar places from different perspectives and angles: a continuous sliding between two worlds (real and virtual), an invitation to participation, reflection, and rediscovery of public spaces. “Street Poetry in Augmented Reality” exhibitions are urban paths to engage citizens, students, and visitors with local heritage, memories, and art. In this chapter, the format “Emotional Mapping of Museum Augmented Places” is discussed using the evaluation of the experiences that were implemented in two different Italian towns: L’Aquila and Macerata.