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ClassMATE: Enabling Ambient Intelligence in the Classroom

Authors: Asterios Leonidis, George Margetis, Margherita Antona, Constantine Stephanidis

Abstract:

Ambient Intelligence (AmI) environments bring significant potential to exploit sophisticated computer technology in everyday life. In particular, the educational domain could be significantly enhanced through AmI, as personalized and adapted learning could be transformed from paper concepts and prototypes to real-life scenarios. In this paper, an integrated framework is presented, named ClassMATE, supporting ubiquitous computing and communication in a school classroom. The main objective of ClassMATE is to enable pervasive interaction and context aware education in the technologically augmented classroom of the future.

Keywords: Ambient intelligence, smart classroom, pervasivecomputing, education.

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1080566

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