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AR born in KMi to schools in Brazil

KMi’s Dr Lara Piccolo hosted a visit yesterday by Prof Alexandre Marino Costa, from Federal University of Santa Catarina in Brazil. Alexandre last visited KMi in 2016 when he collaborated with Dr Ale Okada and Paul Hogan to develop Augmented Reality applications (AR) for education. Lara said: “I am very happy to share that this collaboration was…

KMi Appears In Vuforia Newsletter

The human biology Augmented Reality (AR) application developed by Paul Hogan in KMi that is used by students studying the Open University SK299 module and is a collaboration between KMi and STEM partners has been featured in the August edition of the Vuroria Newsletter and links readers to the video available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ChHVnB-2olk Vuforia is the AR…

Chinese@OU Mobile New Release

Mobile Applications Developer Paul Hogan in KMI has updated Chinese@OU, a mobile application to accompany The Open University course: L197: Beginners’ Chinese, with the next block of 5 lessons.  The app now includes a total of 11 out of 36 planned lessons.  The application is being developed in collaboration with Dr Qian Kan at The School of Languages and Applied Linguistics…

Augmented Reality App for Students Studying SK299

The SK299 Human biology app is the second Augmented Reality (AR) application developed by Paul Hogan in KMi that is used by students studying an Open University module and is a collaboration between KMi and STEM partners. It is a unique application designed to support and enhance the learning of the structure and function of…

Chinese@OU Mobile And Desktop Apps

Mobile Applications Developer Paul Hogan in KMI is currently developing Chinese@OU, a mobile and desktop application to accompany The Open University course: L197: Beginners’ Chinese. The application is being developed in collaboration with Dr Qian Kan at The School of Languages and Applied Linguistics to provide both Open University students and any beginner learners of Chinese up to…

OU Go version 2.0

Due to the underlying mapping API OU Go currently uses being discontinued from 1st February 2018 an urgent update was required.  Mobile Applications Developer Paul Hogan in KMI has taken the opportunity to add some new features to the 3D campus map app: Social media sharing Off and on campus map use Custom route navigation when…

Successful trial of tutorial attendance mobile app

Students studying U116 Environment: journeys through a changing world were the first to trial a new app being developed by Paul Hogan in KMi.   OU Check In allows students to log in with their University credentials and displays a QR Code that tutors using the same app can scan to record their attendance. The one…

Augmented Reality App for Students Studying E117

Paul Hogan in KMi has finalised the Augmented Reality (AR) application that he has developed in collaboration with partners in Faculty of Wellbeing, Education and Language Studies (WELs) that will be made available to students studying E117 Introduction to Sport and Fitness starting in October 2017. The initial application was developed to provide students with a more…

KMi Develops OU Photobooth Mobile Application

Paul Hogan in KMi has developed an Android and iOS application on behalf of Learning Innovation that will allow students to share fun photos edited with OU themed emojis on social media. Although intended for students the app is free and so anyone will be able to use the app and promote The Open University….

Learn About Fair 2017, but with a difference!

  The Learn about Fair 2017 (LAF 2017) came back this year at the OU yesterday bringing something new to the table focusing around the theme of ‘Personalised Open Learning’. KMi participated as an exhibitor showing neat projects for future innovation in teaching and learning; AR/VR developments, Green Data & OU Analyse. Paul Hogan, in the…

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