Do You Know What Your Nonverbal Behavior Communicates?

Studying a Self-reflection Module for the Presentation Trainer.

Dirk Börner, Peter Van Rosmalen, Marcus Specht, J. Schneider Barnes, D. Beck (Editor), C. Allison (Editor), L. Morgado (Editor), J. Pirker (Editor), F. Khosmood (Editor), J. Richter (Editor), C. Gütl (Editor)

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In recent years, research on multimodal sensor-based technologies has produced different prototypes designed to support the development of public skills. These prototypes are able to analyze the nonverbal communication of learners and provide them with feedback, in cases where human feedback is not available. One of these prototypes is called the Presentation Trainer (PT). Experts in public speaking claim that ultimately there is not such thing as the right way to do a presentation. They pointed out that it would be useful for tools such as the PT to present learners with the opportunity to become aware of their own nonverbal communication. Following this suggestion we developed a self-reflection module for the PT. In this study we conducted user tests exploring the use of this module. Results from these tests showed that participants perceived that the self-reflection module helped them to reflect about their performance, and point out research paths to further investigate the influence of self-reflection in the learners’ performance.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationImmersive Learning Research Network
Subtitle of host publicationThird International Conference, iLRN 2017, Coimbra, Portugal, June 26–29, 2017. Proceedings
Place of PublicationCham
PublisherSpringer
Pages93-106
Volume725
ISBN (Electronic)978-3-319-60633-0
ISBN (Print)978-3-319-60632-3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jun 2017
EventImmersive Learning Research Network: Third International Conference, iLRN 2017, Coimbra, Portugal, June 26–29, 2017 - Coimbra, Portugal
Duration: 26 Jun 201729 Jun 2017
https://immersivelrn.org/ilrn2017/

Publication series

NameCommunications in Computer and Information Science
PublisherSpringer Verlag
Volume725
ISSN (Print)1865-0929
ISSN (Electronic)1865-0937

Conference

ConferenceImmersive Learning Research Network
Abbreviated titleiLRN 2017
CountryPortugal
CityCoimbra
Period26/06/1729/06/17
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Keywords

  • Self-reflection
  • Sensor-based learning support
  • Multimodal learning application
  • Public speaking

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Börner, D., Van Rosmalen, P., Specht, M., Schneider Barnes, J., Beck, D. (Ed.), Allison, C. (Ed.), ... Gütl, C. (Ed.) (2017). Do You Know What Your Nonverbal Behavior Communicates? Studying a Self-reflection Module for the Presentation Trainer. In Immersive Learning Research Network: Third International Conference, iLRN 2017, Coimbra, Portugal, June 26–29, 2017. Proceedings (Vol. 725, pp. 93-106). (Communications in Computer and Information Science; Vol. 725). Cham: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-60633-0_8
Börner, Dirk ; Van Rosmalen, Peter ; Specht, Marcus ; Schneider Barnes, J. ; Beck, D. (Editor) ; Allison, C. (Editor) ; Morgado, L. (Editor) ; Pirker, J. (Editor) ; Khosmood, F. (Editor) ; Richter, J. (Editor) ; Gütl, C. (Editor). / Do You Know What Your Nonverbal Behavior Communicates? Studying a Self-reflection Module for the Presentation Trainer. Immersive Learning Research Network: Third International Conference, iLRN 2017, Coimbra, Portugal, June 26–29, 2017. Proceedings. Vol. 725 Cham : Springer, 2017. pp. 93-106 (Communications in Computer and Information Science).
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Do You Know What Your Nonverbal Behavior Communicates? Studying a Self-reflection Module for the Presentation Trainer. / Börner, Dirk; Van Rosmalen, Peter; Specht, Marcus; Schneider Barnes, J.; Beck, D. (Editor); Allison, C. (Editor); Morgado, L. (Editor); Pirker, J. (Editor); Khosmood, F. (Editor); Richter, J. (Editor); Gütl, C. (Editor).

Immersive Learning Research Network: Third International Conference, iLRN 2017, Coimbra, Portugal, June 26–29, 2017. Proceedings. Vol. 725 Cham : Springer, 2017. p. 93-106 (Communications in Computer and Information Science; Vol. 725).

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Börner D, Van Rosmalen P, Specht M, Schneider Barnes J, Beck D, (ed.), Allison C, (ed.) et al. Do You Know What Your Nonverbal Behavior Communicates? Studying a Self-reflection Module for the Presentation Trainer. In Immersive Learning Research Network: Third International Conference, iLRN 2017, Coimbra, Portugal, June 26–29, 2017. Proceedings. Vol. 725. Cham: Springer. 2017. p. 93-106. (Communications in Computer and Information Science). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-60633-0_8