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Environmental Education Augmented Reality
worldwildlife.org

Aug 01, 2018 2018-08-01

Mobile Learning

Virtual Experience Providing Insight into Environmental Science

The World Wildlife Fund’s WWF Free Rivers app for iOS gives students the opportunity to get involved and help protect rivers, as well as the people and wildlife that depend on them. The app puts an entire landscape in students’ hands. Through an immersive, augmented reality experience, students discover a river that flows through the lives of people and wildlife, and the way their homes depend on those flows. Students can dam the river to see what happens and then try options for sustainable development that keeps the river healthy and flowing. They can also collect stories of people and animals along the way. The app features five distinct habitats based on real places: Himalayan mountains, tropical jungles, African savannah, South American grasslands, and Southeast Asian deltas. Cost: Free

Environmental Education Problem-based Learning Virtual Reality • Augmented Reality

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