Are We There Yet? Comparing Remote Learning Technologies in the University Classroom

@article{Fitter2020AreWT,
  title={Are We There Yet? Comparing Remote Learning Technologies in the University Classroom},
  author={Naomi T. Fitter and Nisha Raghunath and Elizabeth Cha and Christopher A. Sanchez and L. Takayama and M. Mataric},
  journal={IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters},
  year={2020},
  volume={5},
  pages={2706-2713}
}
Telepresence robots can empower people to work, play, and learn along with others, despite geographic distance. To investigate the use of telepresence robots for remote attendance of university-level classes, we conducted a study in four courses at our university. We compared student experiences attending class during three distinct phases in three different ways: in person, via state-of-the-art university distance learning tools (DLT), and via a telepresence robot. The results from N = 18… Expand
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