Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy
Human Computer Interaction
Technology has shown promise to aid struggling readers in higher education, particularly through new and emerging technologies. Augmented reality (AR) has been used successfully in the classroom to motivate and engage struggling learners, yet little research exists on how augmented print might help struggling readers. This study explores this gap, specifically art/design students in higher education and their perceived motivation to read, as well as their engagement with, and comprehension of an augmented design theory text. This study employed an exploratory, mixed methods design. Analysis of the findings indicates most students, including self-identified struggling and typical readers, would use AR support for other text if provided. Results highlight the potential for using AR on text to provide reading support and the need for additional research on its implementation and impact.
Laura Anne Huisinga
Huisinga, Laura Anne, "Augmented reality reading support in higher education: Exploring effects on perceived motivation and confidence in comprehension for struggling readers in higher education" (2017). Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 15534.
Adult and Continuing Education Administration Commons, Adult and Continuing Education and Teaching Commons, Higher Education Administration Commons, Higher Education and Teaching Commons, Instructional Media Design Commons