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Understanding math concepts through computer-modeled virtual objects
Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) can be used in order to motivate students to establish links between the classroom material and real life situations by modeling those situations through the course equations. ...
Collaborative and distributed augmented reality in teaching multi-variate calculus
This article presents the first results of using an Augmented Reality (AR) tool, designed to support tutoring sessions in multi-variate calculus. The tool is used either in a face-to-face setting in which the instructor ...
Collaborative virtual environments for teaching physics
Eafit University created a Telepresence application for distance education. It supports bidirectional audio and video and a shared virtual environment that allows the instructor and students to manipulate virtual objects ...