2 articles published in JoVE
Eye-tracking Technology and Data-mining Techniques used for a Behavioral Analysis of Adults engaged in Learning Processes María Consuelo Sáiz Manzanares1, René Jesús Payo Hernanz2, María José Zaparaín Yáñez2, Gonzalo Andrés López2, Raúl Marticorena Sánchez3, Alberto Calvo Rodríguez4, Caroline Martín5, Sandra Rodríguez Arribas3 1Department of Health Sciences, University of Burgos, 2Department of Geography, History and Communication, University of Burgos, 3Department of Computer Engineering, University of Burgos, 4tvUBU, University of Burgos, 5Departament of Philology, Universidad de Burgos We present a protocol for a behavioral analysis of adults (ages 18 to 70-year-old) engaged in learning processes, undertaking tasks designed for Self-Regulated Learning (SRL). The participants, university teachers and students, and adults from the University of Experience, were monitored with eye-tracking devices and the data were analyzed with data-mining techniques.
Measuring the Functional Abilities of Children Aged 3-6 Years Old with Observational Methods and Computer Tools María Consuelo Sáiz Manzanares1, Raúl Marticorena Sánchez2, Álvar Arnaiz González2, José Francisco Díez Pastor2, César I. García Osorio2 1Departamento de Ciencias de la Salud, Universidad de Burgos, 2Departamento de Ingeniería Informática, Universidad de Burgos We present a protocol to use a computational tool to record and analyze the functional abilities of children aged 3-6 years old. The protocol facilitates the comparison of these abilities throughout their development and can be used to assess developmental difficulties.