Presentation for iCiTy conference at University of Malta, April 2016.
What is smart city learning? How do we design for effective learning in smart city urban spaces? What is the nature of a user-learner experience in smart city learning? How do we measure and evaluate user-learner experiences in smart city learning?
This presentation illustrates what an augmented reality learning experience is and discusses using a phenomenography approach for measurement and evaluation of user learner experiences. Wegerif's Dialogic Space, ideas around Multi-voiced self and Pask's concept sharing are briefly covered.
*(Subject to change until after Tuesday 19th April 2016)*