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Eye Tracker Webinars

Posted: Aug 27, 2014

 

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Introduction to eye tracking research

September 3, 2014, 10:30 Central Time

Online

In this 1 hour (45 minutes + time for questions) webinar we will give an introduction to eye tracking as a research method, Tobii Eye Trackers, and Tobii Studio.

 

Objective:

Our objective is to give you an understanding of what eye tracking is and how it can be used as a research method within different fields. After this webinar you will know more about eye tracking as a method and get ideas of ways you can incorporate eye tracking into a project of your own. You will also get a brief introduction to Tobii Eye Trackers and Tobii’s analysis software Tobii Studio. Come join the Information Experience lab for the following Tobii Eye Tracking Webinars

All sessions held in the Collaboratory of the Allen Institute

 

Free Tobii Webinar

 

Free Tobii Webinar: Common eye tracking measures

September 10, 2014, 11:00 Central Time

Online

In this 1 hour (45 minutes + time for questions) webinar we will give an introduction to common eye tracking metrics and measures used in different research fields.

Objective:

Our objective is to give you an overview and a better understanding common eye tracking metrics by providing definitions and examples of use in different research fields.
After this webinar you will know more about eye tracking measures and how they can be used in research. It should help you in choosing the right measures relevant to your research field. You will also get a brief introduction to Tobii’s analysis software Tobii Studio.

Free Tobii Webinar: Qualitative and Quantitative Eye Tracking Research

October 9, 2014, 11:00 Central Time

Online

In this 1 hour (45 minutes + time for questions) webinar we will introduce how eye tracking can be used as a method in qualitative and quantitative research.

 

Objective:

Because eye tracking can be both used in qualitative and quantitative methods, the objective of webinar will be to differentiate these two methods and provide example of how and when to use each of them.

Free Tobii Webinar: Introduction to eye tracking research

November 3, 2014, 10:30 Central Time

Online

In this 1 hour (45 minutes + time for questions) webinar we will give an introduction to eye tracking as a research method, Tobii Eye Trackers, and Tobii Studio.

 

Objective:

Our objective is to give you an understanding of what eye tracking is and how it can be used as a research method within different fields. After this webinar you will know more about eye tracking as a method and get ideas of ways you can incorporate eye tracking into a project of your own. You will also get a brief introduction to Tobii Eye Trackers and Tobii’s analysis software Tobii Studio.

Free Tobii Webinar: Eye Tracking Data Validation

November 6, 2014, 10:30 Central Time

Online

In this 1 hour webinar webinar (45 minutes + time for questions) we will give an introduction to how to use different tools to check the data quality of a Tobii Eye Tracking recording (i.e. data accuracy, precision and data loss).

Objective:

Our objective is to give you an understanding of how to check the quality of eye tracking data using different data validation tools. You will get a brief introduction to the different eye tracking quality metrics, tools and features in Tobii Studio that provide you information about the data quality of a recording.

Free Tobii Webinar: Common eye tracking measures

November 12, 2014, 11:00 Central Time

Online

In this 1 hour (45 minutes + time for questions) webinar we will give an introduction to common eye tracking metrics and measures used in different research fields.

Objective:

Our objective is to give you an overview and a better understanding common eye tracking metrics by providing definitions and examples of use in different research fields.
After this webinar you will know more about eye tracking measures and how they can be used in research. It should help you in choosing the right measures relevant to your research field. You will also get a brief introduction to Tobii’s analysis software Tobii Studio.