Eye-Tracking Users' Behavior in Relation to Cognitive Style within an E-learning Environment

@article{Tsianos2009EyeTrackingUB,
  title={Eye-Tracking Users' Behavior in Relation to Cognitive Style within an E-learning Environment},
  author={Nikos Tsianos and Panagiotis Germanakos and Zacharias Lekkas and Costas Mourlas and George Samaras},
  journal={2009 Ninth IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies},
  year={2009},
  pages={329-333}
}
Eye-tracking measurements may be used as a method of identifying users’ actual behavior in a hypermedia setting. In this research, an eye-tracking experiment was conducted in order to validate the construct of cognitive style as a personalization parameter in adaptive e-Learning systems. The main research question was whether the verbalizer/ imager axis of the Cognitive Style Analysis theory reflects actual preferences in an e-learning environment and properly identifies learner types. The… 

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