This project investigates the potential of wearable technologies to support learning. We are attempting to understand people’s perception of the use of smart wearables.
- Understanding people’s acceptance of wearable technology
- Investigating which wearable type is most suitable for different learning scenarios in everyday life
Project Team Members
- Dr. Sharon Lynn Chu (ELX Lab Director)
- Neha Rani (Ph.D. Student, Computer Information Science & Engineering)
- Beth Nam (Ph.D. Student, Computer Information Science & Engineering)
- Katarina Jurczyk (Undergraduate Student, University of Florida)
- Rani, N., & Chu, S. L. (2021). Wearables can help me learn: A survey of user perception of wearable technologies for learning in everyday life. Education and Information Technologies, 1-21.
- Rani, N., & Chu, S. L. (2021, July). User Perception of Wearables in Everyday Learning Contexts: The Impact of Prior Device Experience. In International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (pp. 361-373). Springer, Cham.
- Rani, N., Chu, S. L., & Li, Q. (2021). Exploring User Micro-Behaviors Towards Five Wearable Device Types in Everyday Learning-Oriented Scenarios. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 1-16.