A Content Analysis on Articles Using Augmented Reality Technology and Infographic in Education
Keywords:Augmented Reality, Infographic, Education, Teaching
The rapid development of technology and the changes it creates affect not only human life, but also education. Two of the most handled items of technological advances in education today are Augmented Reality and infographic usage. These two elements are actively used in learning environments today and the importance of these two elements is increasing in academic studies. The general purpose of this research is to perform content analysis of the articles using augmented reality technology and infographic in education. The sample of the research is composed of published articles on Augmented Reality technology and infographic. The sample of the research consists of articles published on Augmented Reality technology and infographic in the field of Education published on Google Scholar between 2016-2020. The articles related to the research were examined on the basis of content analysis. The data obtained were analyzed using descriptive statistical methods, namely percentage and frequency. It is thought that the results obtained at the end of the study will shed light on future studies.
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