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AR Research Cognitive Load Paradigm

AR Research Cognitive Load Paradigm

Augmented Reality Cognitive Load Paradigm

In an education setting, AR has the potential to support learning and instructions. In a review of research, study comparison reported conflicting conclusions. You are reading a snapshot review Augmented Reality AR Research Cognitive Load Paradigm.

AR Research Cognitive Load Paradigm

AR has the potential to support learning and instructions. In a review of research, a study comparison reported conflicting conclusions. You are reading a snapshot review Augmented Reality AR Research Cognitive Load Paradigm Image Pixabay

Furthermore, some studies reported decreases in cognitive load while others report cognitive overload.

A top challenge for AR applications is usability, ease of use is an advantage.

If there is a usability issue, does it stem from inadequate experience using the technology, design interface errors, other problems? A possible negative approach by the instructor needed more research?

Moreover, advantages include “combination of virtual and real objects in a real setting.”

Challenges do exist, significant pedagogical such as time demands of the classroom, crowding, lack of instructor experience, and technical issues remain unresolved.

Overall, these challenges are not insurmountable and should not deter AR use.

The current reported technical issues included low sensitivity trigger to recognition and GPS error,  with potential resolutions on the horizon.

Consequently, a few prerequisites include hardware such as mobile devices and a hard internet connection. The future appears open to welcome AR applications when these requirements are met and useful in education.

An educational setting includes both in an institution or a business workplace.

Sourced from the Educational Research Review article titled Advantages and challenges associated with augmented reality for education: A systematic review of the literature.

Authors Murat Akcayir, Gokce Akcayir – Published 5 November 2016. With 102 articles discovered and revised down to 68 articles based on relevancy.

About the author

Gary Black

I am an organization professional with a Master’s in Technology and Human Environments. Organizations of all types need leaders, and the advanced knowledge and skills possessed through lifelong experiences in management, prepared for helping a company to meet and exceed its vision, mission, and goals. Furthermore, I completed several advanced courses in topics in technology management as well as seminar courses, a capstone project, and observation or mentor program participation. The capstone project focused on Augmented Reality in higher education and the workplace.

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