Development and Evaluation of Gaze Tracking Integrated E-Learning Contents

Kai Li, Yurie Iribe


No learning could take place without input attention. In order to promote students? attention in e-learning content, this study focuses on gaze tracking data as a kind of enhanced input. Gaze tracking integrated video and slide synchronized e-learning contents were developed and evaluated in the study. An eye mark is showed at e-learning contents to indicate where the teacher is explaining. A comparison survey is conducted. As a result, students? learning attention is promoted with gaze tracking data in e-learning.


e-learning, gaze tracking, multimodal interface, learning attention

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning. ISSN: 1863-0383
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