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2017 IEEE Virtual Reality Workshop on K-12 Embodied Learning through Virtual & Augmented Reality (KELVAR) (2017)
Los Angeles, CA, USA
March 19, 2017 to March 19, 2017
ISBN: 978-1-5386-1893-6
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Summary: 2017 IEEE virtual reality second workshop on K-12 embodied learning through Virtual & Augmented Reality (KELVAR) (PDF)

Iulian Radu , Georgia Institute of Technology, United States of America
Erica Southgate , University of Newcastle, Australia
Francisco Ortega , Florida International University, United States of America
Shamus Smith , University of Newcastle, Australia
pp. 1-2

Virtual Reality mediated instruction and learning (Abstract)

Michael Melatti , University of Georgia, United States of America
Kyle Johnsen , University of Georgia, United States of America
pp. 1-6

iVR for the geosciences (Abstract)

Jiayan Zhao , Pennsylvania State University, United States of America
Peter LaFemina , Pennsylvania State University, United States of America
Jan Oliver Wallgrun , Pennsylvania State University, United States of America
Danielle Oprean , Pennsylvania State University, United States of America
Alexander Klippel , Pennsylvania State University, United States of America
pp. 1-6

Towards a 3D Virtual Programming Language to increase the number of women in computer science education (Abstract)

Francisco R. Ortega , Florida International University, Miami, USA
Santiago Bolivar , Florida International University, Miami, USA
Jonathan Bernal , Florida International University, Miami, USA
Alain Galvan , Florida International University, Miami, USA
Katherine Tarre , Florida International University, Miami, USA
Naphtali Rishe , Florida International University, Miami, USA
Armando Barreto , Florida International University, Miami, USA
pp. 1-6

Virtual humans for temperature visualization in a tangible augmented reality educational game (Abstract)

Vicente Ferrer , University of Texas at San Antonio, United States of America
Alex Perdomo , University of Texas at San Antonio, United States of America
Hazem Rashid Ali , University of Texas at San Antonio, United States of America
Carmen Fies , University of Texas at San Antonio, United States of America
John Quarles , University of Texas at San Antonio, United States of America
pp. 1-6

Embodied experiment of levitation in microgravity in a simulated virtual reality environment for science learning (Abstract)

Kiarash Tamaddon , University of Bremen, Germany
Dirk Stiefs , DLR School Lab Bremen, German Aerospace Center, (DLR), Germany
pp. 1-5

Embodied learning mechanics and their relationship to usability of handheld augmented reality (Abstract)

Iulian Radu , Georgia Institute of Technology, United States of America
Alissa Antle , Simon Fraser University, Canada
pp. 1-5

Considerations on the use of virtual and augmented reality technologies in music education (Abstract)

Stefania Serafin , Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark
Ali Adjorlu , Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark
Niels Nilsson , Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark
Lui Thomsen , Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark
Rolf Nordahl , Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark
pp. 1-4

Mixed-reality barriers: Person-tracking in K-12 schools (Abstract)

Randy Illum , UCLA, REMAP, United States of America
Maggie Dahn , UCLA, GSE&IS, United States of America
pp. 1-5

Designing and conducting research using immersive technologies in schools: Seven observations (Abstract)

Erica Southgate , School of Education, The University of Newcastle, Australia
Shamus P. Smith , School of Electrical Engineering and Computing, The University of Newcastle, Australia
pp. 1-3
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