Using Eye-Movement Parameters for the Design of an Adaptive Access to Multimedia Representations
ScienceCampus Tuebingen, Cluster: Adaptable and Adaptive Multimedia Systems
January 2010 - December 2012
The question in how far multimedia learning can be supported by having the system adapt representations of the learning contents to the learner is crucial to this project, which examines in how far learners' eye-movement parameters can be used for such system-driven adaptations. The basic idea is to conclude from learners' visual behavior which information is required at a given moment to support the learning process. This information is then provided automatically by the system, without the learner having to select learning material consciously.
- Institute for Psychology, University of Freiburg
- Institute for Media in Education, Pädagogische Hochschule Freiburg
- Wilhelm-Schickard-Institute for Informatics, University of Tuebingen