[visionlist] EduEye Workshop on Eyetracking in Learning and Education as part of ETRA conference! Call for papers!
marian.sauter at uni-ulm.de
Mon Jan 23 07:56:56 -04 2023
this June, we will the second time organize a workshop on eye tracking
technology and methods in education and learning. At this workshop,
attendees have the opportunity to submit and have a paper published in
the ETRA proceedings. The workshop targets researchers and practitioners
who are interested in the application of eye tracking in education and
learning. We take a broad perspective on this topic and welcome
submissions from the fields of human-computer interaction, cognitive
psychology, computer science, eye tracking, and the learning sciences.
Check out *www.edueye.org* for details!
With its duality of being an active input technology and a passive
sensor, eye tracking provides unique opportunities for education and
learning. Actively, the technology can serve as an input strategy for
interactive learning environments. Passively, it can be applied to
observe learning states and gain a better understanding of learners'
cognitive processes. Given its scalability, it can, or instance, help
to improve collaborative learning, e.g., by establishing connections
between learners during online lectures. Teachers or lecturers can also
gain feedback about their learning material by analyzing students' eye
gazes. However, many open challenges remain for the application of
mobile eye tracking in learning and educational scenarios, including
technical constraints and privacy concerns. This workshop specifically
targets researchers and practitioners who are interested in using eye
tracking in education and learning. This includes researchers from all
areas of psychology, human-computer interaction, computer science, eye
tracking methodology, and other related fields.
Marian Sauter, PhD
University of Ulm
89081 Ulm, Germany
Tel: +49 731 50 31155
Mobile: +49 174 5136490
Email: marian.sauter at uni-ulm.de
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