Influence of Augmented Reality on the Achievement and Attitudes of Ambiguity Tolerant/Intolerant Students

  •  Dina A. Ismaeel    
  •  Ensaf N. Al Mulhim    


This paper aims to investigate the influence of augmented reality technology on the achievement and attitudes of student tolerance for ambiguity. Seventy-eight undergraduate students at King Faisal University participated in the experiment, in two groups according to their learning style (tolerant or intolerant of ambiguity). The findings revealed that augmented reality technology helps ambiguity-tolerant students improve achievement and form positive attitudes toward the use of augmented reality in learning more than it does those who are ambiguity intolerant. The study promotes taking account of students’ learning styles and personal characteristics when designing interactive learning environments, to provide the best learning experience for their preferences.

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