Mobile logdata of field trip learning in traditional village
- Cho, Nahye (Ewha Womans University)
- Kang, Youngok (Ewha Womans University)
AbstractData collection environment
This study analyzed the log data which were collected during an on-site experiential learning program which studied sustainable development at Yangdong Village. Yangdong Village is registered as a world heritage site because its Korean traditional-style houses, known as Hanok, have been well preserved from the Chosun era until the present day. However, there have been some changes in many buildings in that the existing houses were converted from residential to commercial use and buildings were converted from the traditional style to a modern-style residence. The student research activities at Yangdong village included 3 types of activities: 1) forming teams of students and making basic observations on whether or not an individual house has been changed, 2) performing a research investigation which requires a judgment on either the house is allowed to be changed or must be preserved, and 3) conducting interviews with residents if necessary. The investigation on the house could be done quickly, but the research investigation, which requires the students’ judgment, and the resident interviews were activities which require time.
Students' results from inquiry activityThe students used the Collector for ArcGIS application on mobile devices to perform the research activities, and the results created by the research activities were saved in the cloud-based ArcOnline in real time. The Collector for ArcGIS application does not internally track and store the students’ movement logs. Therefore, this study used a multi-camcorder equipped with a GPS device to collect movement logs. Log.csv(TeamLog.shp, TotalLog.shp) shows the environment for collecting the on-site experiential learning movement logs, as well as the equipment and tools used to collect the log data. The GPS-equipped multi-camcorder stores image data which contain the movement logs and show the process of the students performing the on-site experiential learning. The movement logs contain the time, latitude, longitude, altitude, speed, and slope at which the actual on-site experiential activities were performed, as well as errors (eos). This information is saved in the .nmea file format. And I transforemed the logdata format .nmea to .csv / .shp for analysis.
I upload the data such as:1) Movement Log: Total_log_wgs.shp(include: Log.csv, TeamLog.shp, TotalLog.shp)2) Students' answer: polygon_answer.shp, point_answer.shp3) Boundaries: Yangdong_area.shp
Update Metadata: 2019-03-07 | Issue Number: 1 | Registration Date: 2019-03-07