Redefining Immersive Technology Research: Beyond Media Comparisons to Holistic Learning Approaches

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Published Nov 10, 2023
Noah Glaser Stephanie Moore

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Media comparison studies on AR and VR raise questions about research relevance and methodology, tracing back to historical and philosophical debates.

 

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The rise of immersive technologies like AR and VR complicates the evaluation of their educational efficacy, challenging traditional media comparison paradigms.

 

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A shift from technocentric research to understanding AR and VR's unique learning affordances is essential, emphasizing collaboration for transformative educational experiences.

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Glaser, N., & Moore, S. (2023). Redefining Immersive Technology Research: Beyond Media Comparisons to Holistic Learning Approaches. Digital Psychology, 4(1S), 4–8. https://doi.org/10.24989/dp.v4i1S.2272

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Keywords

media comparison studies, virtual reality, augmented reality, media debate

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