Collaborative Gaze Footprints: Correlates of Interaction Quality

Dual eye tracking offers new possibilities for the analysis and diagnosis of collaborative interaction. Cross-recurrence analyses and visualizations offer insight into how closely two collaborators’ gaze follow each other. We contrast two cases to illustrate how gaze cross-recurrence can be used as a correlate of high and low quality interaction. The intriguing graphical patterns that result from the time coupled traces of the collaborators’ fixations are footprints of the quality of the interaction. Good quality interaction features a higher recurrence rate than low quality interaction. The graphical structure of the recurrence plots indicates whether collaborators divide labor and whether they are sharing visual attention.


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Spada, Hans
Stahl, Gerry
Miyake, Naomi
Law, Nancy
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Connecting Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning to Policy and Practice: CSCL2011 Conference Proceedings. , Volume I - Long Papers, 184-191
Presented at:
Computer Supported Collaborative Learning, Honk Kong, July 4-8, 2011
Year:
2011
Publisher:
International Society of the Learning Sciences
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