Apps, Augmented Reality, Education, K-12

Augmented Reality Resource Page

One of my students using the TracLabsAtlas to program a virtual robot
One of my students using the TracLabsAtlas to program a virtual robot

It’s been getting a bit harder to access all of my scattered Augmented Reality resources lately, so I decided to create a page for this to add to the blog.  I was going to use a pretty Symbaloo, but apparently my blog host does not play nice with their embed codes.  I won’t go into the fun I had trying to create a table that I somewhat like with little-to-zero knowledge of HTML…

If you look at the top of this blog, you will now see a link for Augmented Reality.  Please e-mail me at or tweet me @terrieichholz if you know of any great resources I should add to this page.  I tried to include some of the wonderful ideas and tutorials from:  Two Guys and Some iPads, Kleinspiration, Smarticles, and Thrasymakos, among others.

Have no idea what I’m talking about when I mention “Augmented Reality”?  Never fear!  The famous Two Guys and TechNinjaTodd have a great post called, “What is Augmented Reality?”  It’s an awesome introduction to the topic!  They have started a new series, “#ARevolution”, that I highly recommend you read.

By the way, I am launching a hashtag campaign to use #AR4edu (thanks, TechNinjaTodd for that idea) for tweets about augmented reality in education.  If any of you have taken a gander at the #augmentedreality feed lately, you might understand why 😉

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