Welcome to AuReLia – Future Learning Lab!

Deutsch

AuReLiA (Augmented Reality Learning Authoring) ist das Labor, das Entwicklung von Augmented Reality Authoring kombiniert mit Lernen und Open Source Software, der Entwicklung von barrierefreien, offenen Lernressourcen (OER), mit optimaler UX (user experience) für einen Zugang zum Lernen für Alle.

Derzeit haben wir 3 Hauptaktivitäten:

  1. Aufbau der Living Lab Infrastruktur, als Angebot offen für alle Interessierten in und um die DHBW Heidenheim, sobald Präsenz wieder möglich ist.
  2. Unser erstes PhD Forschungsprojekt, das im Januar 2021 gestartet ist.
  3. Einbindung von Bachelor- und Masterstudierenden durch
    1. Themen für die Bachelor- und Masterarbeiten und studentische Projekte
    2. forschendes Lernen und Lehren
    3. Behandlung der Laborthemen als Vorlesungsgegenstand im Kontext neuer Kommunikationswerkzeuge

Welcome to AuReLia – Future Learning Lab

English

AuReLiA (Augmented Reality Learning Authoring) is the lab, combining development of augmented reality authoring with learning and open source software, creating accessible open educational resources with a great UX (user experience) available for learning for all.

Currently there are 3 main activities:

  1. Setting up a living lab infrastructure available and open for all interested people in the DHBW world, once face-to-face visits will be possible again.
  2. Our first PhD research project started in January 2021.
  3. Involving Bachelor and Master student activities through
    1. theses topics and student research projects
    2. research-based learning (forschendes Lernen)
    3. using topics of the lab to explore new communication tools

The Lab

Deutsch

Das Labor ist eine Einrichtung der DHBW Heidenheim. Wir freuen uns über die Zusammenarbeit mit unseren Dualen Partnern, Partneruniversitäten oder Einzelpersonen, die an einer Zusammenarbeit interessiert sind.

AR Learning Authoring ist eine treibende Kraft im digitalen und kooperativen Lernen, der Internationalisierung und dem Wissenstransfer über Grenzen hinweg.

English

The lab is hosted by DHBW Heidenheim. We welcome our business partners, partner universities, or individuals who are interested in joining the lab.

AR learning authoring moves forward digital and cooperative learning, internationalisation and transfer of knowledge across borders.

We are interested in working with the DHBW industry and organisational partners, our partner universities and colleagues within DHBW.

Lab Members

Professors

Prof Dr Sabine Möbs
Principle Researcher
DHBW Heidenheim
Contacts

Prof Dr Thomas Kessel
Researcher
DHBW Stuttgart
Contacts

Prof Dr Rolf Assfalg
Researcher
DHBW Heidenheim
Contacts

Prof Dr Dirk Reichardt
Researcher
DHBW Stuttgart
Contacts

Collaborators

René Götzenbrugger
Graustich

PhD Projects

Doktorand*innen: Deogratias Shidende

TITEL: Accessible Open-Source AR Learning Authoring Platform for Science and Engineering

The project aims at an inclusive and accessible open-source tool that will author Augmented Reality (AR) learning applications. The tool will author AR applications in different disciplines and learning settings such as university classroom and on-the-job training. Users with different levels of accessibility can use this tool to author their applications. The tool will connect to open source Learning Management Systems (LMS) such as Moodle. The project is three years and it started on January 01, 2021.

The project will use open-source strategies and will benefit from existing open-source libraries such as ARToolkit and AR.js to produce its products. Thus, the authoring platform will be available without licencing for use as well as open to further future development by business and university partners alike.

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PhD Researcher: Deogratias Shidende

TITLE: Accessible Open-Source AR Learning Authoring Platform for Science and Engineering

The project aims at an inclusive and accessible open-source tool that will author Augmented Reality (AR) learning applications. The tool will author AR applications in different disciplines and learning settings such as university classroom and on-the-job training. Users with different levels of accessibility can use this tool to author their applications. The tool will connect to open source Learning Management Systems (LMS) such as Moodle. The project is three years and it started on January 01, 2021.

The project will use open-source strategies and will benefit from existing open-source libraries such as ARToolkit and AR.js to produce its products. Thus, the authoring platform will be available without licencing for use as well as open to further future development by business and university partners alike.

Download Poster

Kooperationspartner