A theoretical framework for designing smart and ubiquitous learning environments for outdoor cultural heritage
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using focus group, questionnaire and interview techniques. A set of general requirements was extracted from the framework to inform the design of a smart and ubiquitous learning environment proof-of-concept, SmartC, for which mobile and wearable technologies were utilised.
|Journal||Journal of Cultural Heritage|
|Publication status||Accepted for publication - 20 Aug 2020|
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