Utilizing Eye Tracking to Improve Learning from Examples

@inproceedings{Najar2014UtilizingET,
  title={Utilizing Eye Tracking to Improve Learning from Examples},
  author={Amir Shareghi Najar and Antonija Mitrovic and Kourosh Neshatian},
  booktitle={Interacci{\'o}n},
  year={2014}
}
In recent year, eye tracking has been used in many areas such as usability studies of interfaces, marketing, and psychology. [] Key Method In order to comprehend SQL examples, students require information available in the database schema. We analyzed students’ eye movement data from different perspectives, and found that advanced students paid more attention to database schema than novices. In future work, we will use the outcomes of this study to provide proactive feedback.

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