Embedding emotion awareness into e-learning environments
Keywords:emotion awareness, emotcontrol, e-learning, emotion, mood, affective state, self-reporting, affective feedback, emotion visualization, affective computing, virtual learning environment, VLE, virtualized collaborative session, VCS
In this work we investigate the importance of emotion awareness in e-learning environments, with emphasis to Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) activities. Our presented solution involves a new conceptual model of emotions of interest in e-learning context. In the basis of this model, a computational model has been implemented employing self-report of emotions, affective feedback and effective emotion visualizations. Both models have been tested in real education settings, contributing to the research agenda.
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