Identifying Students’ Attitudes Regarding Augmented Reality Applications in Science Classes

Damla Karagozlu, Nikolay N. Kosarenko, Olga V. Efimova, Vadim V. Zubov


As one of the developing technologies and increased use in the field of ed-ucation, Augmented Reality (AR) technology adds a digital (audio, video, graphic and GPS location) layer to authentic world images. The aim of this study is to determine students’ attitudes regarding AR contents developed for science education. The study group consists of 77 7th grade students studying in a private college during 2018-2019 academic year spring se-mester. The study adopted quantitative data collection method and imple-mented Attitude Scale for Augmented Reality Applications. The collected data were analyzed through paired samples statistics, mean and standard deviation. The data analysis showed that students were satisfied with AR applications, found it interesting and easy to use and would like to use it in the future.


Augmented Reality; Attitude; Science Class

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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