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Google Cardboard for a K12 Social Studies Module

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Title:Google Cardboard for a K12 Social Studies Module
Authors:Yap, Mark
Contributors:Fulford, Catherine (instructor)
Keywords:Google Cardboard
Virtual reality
Learning Management System
360° Video
Date Issued:04 May 2016
Citation:Yap, M. (2016). Google Cardboard for a K-12 social studies module.
Abstract:Virtual reality (VR) is an emerging possibility for delivering educational content and experiences to students. To make VR a viable solution, this research study examined Google Cardboard as a low-cost 3D viewer in conjunction with a provided smartphone. The purpose of the instructional design project was to develop a module within a learning management system (LMS) and to gather affective domain research data on student perceptions of those who utilized a Google Cardboard device to view content for a high school social studies class at a Hawai‘i Public Charter School. This study included an even mix of male and female grade 9 students.
Pages/Duration:30 pages
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/40604
Rights:Copyright is held by the author. Request permission for use.
Appears in Collections: LTEC 690, Spring 2016


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