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EARLI ASC "Using eye tracking to design and evaluate education & training methods”"

posted 29 Aug 2012, 06:53 by ICO Education
CELSTEC, Heerlen -  Tuesday, 4 September (9:00 – 14:30) and Wednesday, 5 September (9:00 – 12:00) - 
CELSTEC is happy to be able to host this year’s EARLI Advanced Study Colloquium (ASC) at the Centre for Learning Sciences and Technologies (CELSTEC) together with the Humanities Lab (Sweden). The ASC’s topic is “Using eye tracking to design and evaluate education & training methods”. We have lined up interesting paired presentations on the methodological aspects of eye tracking and topics in educational psychology (expertise development, mental effort, instructional design). These presentations will take place on Tuesday, 4 September (9:00 – 14:30) and Wednesday, 5 September (9:00 – 12:00).

If you would like to attend in person, you are welcome to come and join us in these open sessions at the :

Centre for Learning Sciences and Technologies (CELSTEC)
Pretoria, room 1
Valkenburgerweg 177
6419 AT Heerlen
The Netherlands

If you plan to come in person, please let us know by emailing Audrey Wigman at ahw@ou.nl

You are also welcome to join the open sessions virtually as they will be streamed in real-time:
Go to our webpage: http://tinyurl.com/CELSTEC-ASC2012 (here you can also watch the presentations later on)
During the live session you may also post any questions that you may have to the presenters via twitter using the following hashtags: #CELSTEC #ASC2012

If you can’t join the sessions live, please feel free to post your questions in our facebook group: CESLTEC EARLI ASC 2012

Wij hopen u in Heerlen of virtueel te zien!

Your local committee,
Paul Kirschner, Halszka Jarodzka, Kim Dirkx
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