An educational tool for enhanced mobile e-Learning for technical higher education using mobile devices for augmented reality

Omnia Saidani Neffati, Roy Setiawan, P. Jayanthi, S. Vanithamani, D. K. Sharma, R. Regin, Devi Mani, Sudhakar Sengan

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Abstract

In all dimensions of education and all subjects, Smartphones have turned out to be broadly acknowledged technology. It plays an essential task in advanced online education systems. Because of smart devices' effortlessness and extension property, it is getting to be mandatory for portable applications. This paper analyses the research on Smart Devices (SD) to incorporate visual simulation into e-learning. The researchers created an Augmented Reality (AR) platform for e-learners to expand the coursebook with graphics and virtual multimedia applications. This paper recommends a Mobile e-Learning (MeL) application termed “MeL app". The advanced MeL app methods have been tested using Mann-Whitney ‘U' Test in the lecture hall using real-time learners. The proposed MeL app planned to create the learning practice easier, focusing on e-learner's requirements by encouraging e-learners and instructor relationships to maintain communicative development-based e-learning for Technical Higher Education (THE). Software engineering learners assess this proposed framework in THE. Future work in this investigation incorporates new highlights, testing the device in extreme situations, evaluating the instructive perspectives utilizing more significant and increasingly various understudy and beginner inhabitants, and at last, extending the application space.

Original languageEnglish
Article number104030
JournalMicroprocessors and Microsystems
Volume83
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2021
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • e-Learner
  • Mel
  • Mobile devices
  • Smartphone
  • Technical higher education

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