Engaging reality: examining how location-aware mixed reality mobile apps and games influence sense of place for a more engaged citizenry
Growing concerns regarding declining community and civic engagement as a result of increased access to new technologies calls for research seeking to understand ways that purposeful design could have a reverse impact. Location-aware mixed reality mobile apps may be one such technology that, with purposeful design, have the potential to engage users in their communities. Examining these technologies in the context of sense of place theory will provide insights to how these technologies may impact user engagement in their community. Sense of place theory posits that individuals' experiences in a ...
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What is your ALTernate reality: a snapshot of the current use of text equivalencies in 84 U.S. academic library websites Author(s):Pardue, Karen Terrell
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