عنوان مقاله [English]
The growing advances in information technology (IT) and its relevant portable technologies have provided conditions for changes in the educational approach and tools. Hence tools based on augmented reality technology have attracted the attention of educational technology researchers, which combine the real world and the virtual world. This applied study with quantitative research method aims to enhance the efficiency of common visits in technical courses of architecture using a tool based on augmented reality technology. This tool provides students with the supplementary information on a field visit to teach the course “building mechanical services and utilities” in form of virtual components combined with the real world. The results of application of this tool in an experimental group (38 samples) and comparison with the control group (35 samples) through pre-test, post-test and surveys show that this supplementary teaching tool contributes to enhance the students’ learning through the field visits and it is more effective than field visits in order to provide the satisfaction of learning approach and higher scientific validity from the students’ point of view.
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