Evaluating elementary student interaction with ubiquitous touch projection technology
Manipulatives, Multi-touch, Touch projection, Ubiquitous
IDC 2018 - Proceedings of the 2018 ACM Conference on Interaction Design and Children
Ubiquitous touch projection technology is entering the market and allows touch screens to be projected onto any smooth surface at a lower cost. We created a mathematics manipulative application for a low-cost, ubiquitous touch projection system, and we conducted an observational study with 18 third-grade elementary students. Through our analysis of both video and system data, we identify common student interaction problems, evaluate how those interaction problems affect usability, engagement, and pair-work, and we make practical suggestions to aid future developers, educators, and students in using such a platform.
Department of Computer Science
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DIesburg, Sarah M.; Feldhaus, C. Adam; Oswald, Coved; Boudreau, Cole; and Brown, Beau, "Evaluating elementary student interaction with ubiquitous touch projection technology" (2018). Faculty Publications. 697.