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Augmented (de)reality

Posted on: February 23, 2016

The is so much buzz about augmented and virtual reality now. As with most technology, teachers might be tempted to embrace AR and VR without batting an eyelid.


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This video (and its earlier versions) reminds me that the real power of AR and VR is in the creation, not just the excited use of it.

The consumption of well-designed resources might be good. The creation of artefacts by the learner to showcase and share is even better.

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