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DOI: https://doi.org/10.36006/16184-03

Title of the book: Trends and Good Practices in Research and Teaching

URL of the book: https://octaedro.com/libro/trends-and-good-practices-in-research-and-teaching/

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DOI of the book: https://doi.org/10.36006/16184

New Emerging Technologies for University Innovation

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Abstract
The present study has been carried out under the umbrella of a wider Spanish research project “Augmented Reality to enhance the development, design, production and evaluation of AR aided HE training programmes” (EdU-5746-P–Proyecto RAfodIUn). This immersive educational experience was conducted through a seminar about emergent technologies, the aims of which were 1) Raise awareness of new AR applications in educational settings, as well as their pedagogical potential applications, 2) generate proactive attitudes of students towards AR, and 3) develop students’ competencies around the pedagogical applications of AR. The results show that, among a set of AR applications, Quiver and Zookazam were the most attractive and motivational for educational purposes, while other applications such as Anatomy 4D were not so suited for this purpose, despite being a highly powerful application in the field of healthcare.

Autores

  • Julio Cabero
  • University of Seville
  • http://orcid.org/0000-0002-1133-6031
  • Professor of Didactics and School Organisation at the University of Seville (Seville, Spain). Director of the SAV of the University of Seville. Founding member of Edutec. Director of the Grupo de Investigación Didáctica.

  • Esteban Vázquez Cano
  • Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia
  • http://orcid.org/0000-0002-6694-7948
  • Vice-Dean of Students, Internationalisation and Social Education and Professor of the Faculty of Education in the Department of Didactics, School Organisation and Special Didactics of the UNED. Doctor in Education Sciences with Extraordinary Prize. He currently directs the Master's Degree in Educational Inspection and Supervision at the UNED and his priority lines of research are School Organisation and Supervision, Mobile-ubiquitous Learning, Digital Language and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), subjects on which he has published more than 200 scientific contributions (20 artículos en JCR, h-index 11/ 31 en SCOPUS, h-index 9). He is currently a member of various national and international research projects whose main theme is the impact of technology on school organisation and educational innovation. He is also a member of the editorial board of British Journal of Educational Technology (JCR Q1), Editor Asociado de la revista IJERI (ESCI) and Deputy Editor of the magazine Enseñanza & Teaching and has participated as a member of the scientific committee in more than 50 international congresses (China, Japan, France, USA, Canada, etc.).  


How to cite
Blas Padilla, D., Cabero Almenara, J., Vázquez Cano, E., López Meneses, E. (2019). New Emerging Technologies for University Innovation. En León-Urrutia, M., Vázquez Cano, E., Fair, N., López Meneses, E. (coords.) Trends and Good Practices in Research and Teaching. A Spanish-English Collaboration. Barcelona: Octaedro. https://doi.org/xxxxxxx-16184-03

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