Augmented Reality Smart Note (ARSN)

This project aims to develop research-based design principals for creating Augmented Reality Smart Note (ARSN), a product that can be customized, depending on the subject matter, to combine analog and digital environments in order to create an individualized learning environment. Regardless of whether the subject is mathematics, science, or a foreign language, for example, ARSN would convert analog forms such as text, a photo, diagram, or video in any media to a digital form using Bluetooth technology, which does not require internet connectivity.

Incorporating research-based educational design principals, learner characteristics, learning environments (formal or informal education), technology, and interface design, this work will allow for cutting-edge technologies that can monitor student understanding over time, and create an environment which is accessible and supportive of all students.