Augmenting the Corporate Training Reality: A Review of Literature on AR in the Corporate Training Environment
Kristi Larson, University of North Texas, United States
Innovate Learning Summit, Publisher: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE)
The visual, spatial, and sensorimotor feedback afforded by augmented reality (AR) affords the opportunity to not only acquire information, but to experience it. The potential benefits and affordances of AR-based learning in the corporate training environment include performance improvement due to necessity-based training and immediacy of access. AR-based learning increases motivation, engagement, and decreases training time. However, in spite of empirical evidence supporting the benefits, companies have been slow to adopt augmented reality-based training. Critics cite data security and control, development skills, costs, and worker health and safety among the antecedents for adoption of AR. Research has resulted in the emergence of a number of design principles for applying the AR-based training methodology to the corporate training curriculum. This paper presents a literature review to synthesize research and findings on the use of Augmented Reality-based methods in the corporate training environment.
Larson, K. (2020). Augmenting the Corporate Training Reality: A Review of Literature on AR in the Corporate Training Environment. In T. Bastiaens & G. Marks (Eds.), Proceedings of Innovate Learning Summit 2020 (pp. 241-250). Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).
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