Using, analysing and evaluating eye-tracking at different educational levels: Towards an evaluation framework for impact assessment

C.M. Stracke*, I.T. Skuballa

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Abstract

This article presents general components of an evaluation framework for impact assessment based on former research and analysis of research publications. We collected data from three online databases (Google scholar, EBSCO host and Web of Science) using several combinations of search terms. It turned out that there is currently no evaluation framework for impact assessment that covers instructional design, competence development and educational policies. Thus, our long-term objective is the establishment of such an evaluation framework for impact assessment and its continuous validation and improvement. It should be applicable and beneficial for learning designers, providers, researchers and further stakeholders. In addition, it should be adaptable for different educational levels, such as school and higher education as well as lifelong learning. In this article we present first ideas, measures and indicators for the selected research example of eyetracking at different educational levels. They will build a first basis and structure of our planned evaluation framework for impact assessment with an outlook of our future research plans.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)483-487
Number of pages5
JournalTEM JOURNAL - Technology, Education, Management, Informatics
Volume10
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 27 May 2021

Keywords

  • impact assessment
  • Evaluation
  • eyetracking
  • Evaluation framework
  • educational levels
  • analysis levels

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