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Tuesday, November 26 • 15:15 - 15:25
Open Education Resources for Augmented Reality Education (OER4ARE)

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Publicly accessible education materials allow teachers and learners to enrich their topics with all sorts of relevant content. It is understandable that early examples of Open Education Resources (OER) mainly consist of texts, images and video, because those are the prominent media that are easily shareable through online platforms. However, if we consider pre-digital learning materials, the academic repositories are much more diverse with a key role for artifacts. Academic object collections have always been of great value in making content imaginable in education. Besides books in libraries we can find collections of for example
plants in a botanical garden, pictures in a pinacotheca, sculptures in a glyptotheque, and the like. With new digital techniques some of these academic collections can be digitized into 3D models that can be openly shared in online repositories so others can reuse and remix them.

We envision a near future in which 3D models will become prominent resources in many fields of education. This relates to the current major developments in spatial computing with Virtual Reality (VR) as the iconic new viewing technology and Augmented Reality (AR) as the most promising spatial technology for open online education. AR education situates the learners by surrounding them with learning materials that are visually and audibly superimposed on the real world. In this way learners can relate real-life context with AR models while involving their own physical perspective and bodily activity in the learning activity.

During a two-year teaching fellowship at the TU Delft teaching lab, and in a series of AR/VR incubator workshops we are prototyping and testing diverse AR education situations. We developed and shared our own OER4ARE models and reused and remixed existing models. In this session we will present use cases of online 3D model repositories and best practices for the OER4ARE workflow.

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Martijn Stellingwerff

TU-Delft, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment
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Johannetta Gordijn

TU-Delft, University Corporate Office, Education en Student Affairs

Michael Tjia

TU-Delft, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment

Tuesday November 26, 2019 15:15 - 15:25 CET
BL28 Carassa Dadda (plenary)