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K-State Today Student Edition

April 24, 2023

Participate in paid eye tracking research

Submitted by Prasanth Prasanth Chandran

K-State students have an opportunity to take part in eye tracking research on how students learn physics online.

In the study, participants will go through a physics learning module, answer questions about it, and give the researchers valuable feedback about it. While participants are learning from the materials, researchers will also be recording your face and eyes with an eye-tracker and webcam.

The study takes place over three sessions. The first session will be in person at Bluemont Hall in the psychological sciences department, and the other two sessions will be online. Overall, the study should take about three hours spread across the three sessions. Participants will be paid a total of $60 if they participate and complete the study.

Interested students can sign up for the study online. Once you sign up for the study, the researchers will get in touch with you to schedule a time to participate in the study.

Contact the research team at prasanthp@k-state.edu with any questions. 

This study has been reviewed by the Institutional Review Board and received approval No. 11584.