SETUP GUIDELINES FOR EYE TRACKING IN CHILD AND TEENAGER RESEARCH IN THE CONTEXT OF LEARNING BY INTERACTING WITH A TABLET
Pierre-Majorique LÉGER, Sylvain SÉNÉCAL, Élena KARPOVA, David BRIEUGNE, Marie-Laure DI FABIO, & Vanessa GEORGESContact: email@example.com
ABSTRACTThe growing use of tablet-based applications in education increases the importance of testing them in an effective way. Eye tracking devices can now be used to serve this purpose, but these evaluations require valid ecological testing contexts that can affect data quality and validity. The focus of this paper is to propose setup guidelines that will maximize data quality and validity by optimizing the trade-off between steadiness of the visual attention data and natural interaction of the child with a digital educational product. The guidelines are based on three different eye tracking educational studies conducted with children participants.
Citation: Léger, P.-M., Sénécal, S., Karpova, E., Brieugne, D., Di Fabio, M.-L., & Georges, V. (2018). Setup guidelines for eye tracking in child and teenager research in the context of learning by interacting with a tablet. Neuroeducation, 5(1), 33-40.
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