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An augmented reality mobile application that brings the wizarding world of Harry Potter to the real world for the purpose of answering the following research question: How do the following factors - timers, audio, interacting with virtual objects in the real world, interacting with real objects in the virtual world - increase or decrease a user's motivation to follow an interactive location-based narrative? This project will inform a set of design guidelines for motivating users to follow an interactive location-based narrative.
Georgia Tech scientists and engineers who are working together to install a network of internet-enabled sea level sensors across Chatham County.
Procedural instructions and worked examples have been shown to be effective learning aids in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learning materials. Procedural instructions are texts that describe a general method to reach a goal, while worked examples demonstrate how to apply this method to a specific instance. Research supporting the use of advanced organizers predicts that if learners see the worked example first, they can develop a basis for the problem-solving procedure.

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