Beiträge in Tagungsbänden:

G. Rakoczi:
"Benefits and Challenges of Iterative Eye Tracking Tests: Evaluation of gaze data to enhance an e-Learning Platform´s Usability";
in: "Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2012", herausgegeben von: ED Media 2012; Ed/IT Lib Digital Library, Denver, Colorado, United States, 2012, S. 1168 - 1173.

Kurzfassung englisch:
Eye tracking is commonly used for usability testing to investigate for example software or web design, however it has not been adopted for e-learning applications to a large extent. Moreover most studies apply eye tracking as a non-iterative session. Hereby recorded eye data is used to identify usability issues, however findings in general are not being re-investigated, because testing with eye tracking causes extensive effort of time and resources. In this paper a first step is taken to address this gap by reporting the results of a study which was designed to investigate the potentials of iterative eye tracking. To be able to draw fairly valid conclusions a complex methodological approach was designed in order to keep data comparable between iteration cycles. The results of the study not only outline benefits and challenges of iterative eye tracking tests but also contribute to the development of graphical user interfaces in order to increase e-learning platform´s usability in general.

usability, iterative testing, eye tracking, gaze, e-learning

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