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29 Jan Are emotions driving better university courses?



Research at The Open University http://www.open.ac.uk/research

OU academics will explore the role of emotions in driving better university courses at an OpenMinds Talk at Milton Keynes and available online on 13 April.

Dr Bart Rienties OU, Dr Ana Aznar, University of Surrey and Garron Hillaire, OU, will discuss how emotions are identified and measured and the role they play in shaping university course materials.

They will also look at new devices such as eye trackers which gauge people’s emotions while they study. For example, they can detect whether people find case materials boring or frustrating by the amount they sigh or frown and course materials can be adapted accordingly.

Find out more and register at: http://www.open.ac.uk/research/main/news/emotions-better-university-courses

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  • Steve Hindmarsh
    Posted at 23:19h, 29 January

    I'm certain they are relevant but please stay well clear of Social Justice garbage.

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