This project is funded by JISC under the Learning & Teaching Innovation Grant Programme.
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Mimas have been developing Augmented Reality (AR) experiences for use within education for over two years and in that time we have amassed a wealth of experience, knowledge and examples. We have barely touched the surface of its potential; but … Continue reading
As part of the on-going development of SCARLET, beyond the pilot course, “The Book and Its Body”, a group of Dr. Guyda Armstrong’s first-year students in ITAL10300, “Contemporary Italian Culture” were asked to participate in a focus group on 26 … Continue reading
John Hodgson, Jo Lambert and Matt Ramirez recently hosted a workshop at the John Rylands Library to demonstrate the Scarlet augmented reality project to archivists and librarians from other institutions in the region (though Alison Cullingford will no doubt wish … Continue reading
It’s a new year and traditionally time for looking forward, and not for looking back. For the SCARLET project we’re just over half way through and it is therefore a perfect time to reflect on the activity undertaken so far, … Continue reading
The Rylands papyri collection is one of the most important of the world, and constitutes an immense occasion for a papyrologist and ancient historian. It is an immense resource for both research and teaching. Of the about 2,000 Greek and … Continue reading