Georgia Southern collaborative article presented at conference
Charles Hodges, Ph.D.
Charles Hodges, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Leadership, Technology and Human Development, co-authored a paper that was presented at the Annual ACM Southeast Conference held in Kennesaw, Georgia in April. The paper, titled “Modeling Students’ Attention in the Classroom using Eyetrackers,” details research that several Georgia Southern University faculty members conducted on the learning process of students considering specifically the attentiveness of students through eye-gazing. Utilizing eye tracking software, the researchers determined were able to predict a student’s attention as a measure of affect over the course of a class. Authors included Hodges, Narayanan Veliyath (a graduate student in Computer Science), Dr. Pradipta De (Assistant Professor of Computer Science), Dr. Andrew Allen (Assistant Professor of Computer Science), and Dr. Anniruddha Mitra (Professor of Mechanical Engineer).
Read the full article here: https://doi.org/10.1145/3299815.3314424.
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