The European Educational Researcher

Monitoring Mouse Behavior in e-learning Activities to Diagnose Students’ Acceptance Items of Perceived Usefulness and Ease of Use

The European Educational Researcher, Volume 3, Issue 1, February 2020, pp. 21-27
OPEN ACCESS VIEWS: 269 DOWNLOADS: 180 Publication date: 15 Feb 2020
ABSTRACT
This study investigates students’ mouse behavior during their interaction with a web-based experiential learning environment for Computer Science courses. The research focuses on the detection of correlations between the monitored mouse metrics and students’ technology acceptance items of perceived usefulness and ease of use. Findings reveal several significant correlations; in particular, metrics of mouse clicks and hovers can be associated with students’ perceived ease use and perceived usefulness. The findings of this work show an interesting research direction towards the analysis of learners’ mouse behavior during their interaction with interactive and web-based tutoring systems.
KEYWORDS
Experiential learning, Interactive web development courses, Mmouse tracking, Sstudents’ perceived acceptance, Web-based tutoring systems
CITATION (APA)
Tzafilkou, K., & Protogeros, N. (2020). Monitoring Mouse Behavior in e-learning Activities to Diagnose Students’ Acceptance Items of Perceived Usefulness and Ease of Use. The European Educational Researcher, 3(1), 21-27. https://doi.org/10.31757/euer.312
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