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Developing experimental learning in a graphical course using Thurstone's Law of comparative judgment

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Autor: Ramírez Juidías, Emilio
Tejero Manzanares, José
Amaro Mellado, José Lázaro
Ridao Ceballos, Luis
Departamento: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Ingeniería Gráfica
Fecha: 2017
Publicado en: Engineering Letters, 2017 (25 (1)), 1-6.
Tipo de documento: Artículo
Resumen: In this paper, one innovative educational experiment to help student obtain a better way to learn spatial vision in graphical course was carried out. After implementation of the improvements into a graphical engineering course, an evaluation study, through surveys, was conducted to investigate the effectiveness of this visual experiment. This empirical study provided one hundred and sixty four andalusian freshmen three types of visualization (2D static depictions, 3D computer depictions and an augmented reality environment that allows multiple participants to interact with 2D and 3D data) required to improve their skills related to spatial vision. According to results, most students showed positive attitudes toward this practice. In addition, students perceived positive impacts of this effort on their learning experience. The responses to surveys illustrated that students prefer 3D traditional learning, however they think augmented reality learning is no useful for better visual under...
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Cita: Ramírez Juidías, E., Tejero Manzanares, J., Amaro Mellado, J.L. y Ridao Ceballos, L. (2017). Developing experimental learning in a graphical course using Thurstone's Law of comparative judgment. Engineering Letters, 2017 (25 (1)), 1-6.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/64044

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