Our lab had two papers at the Human Factors in Computing (CHI) 2013 conference. The first paper led by Daniel Szafir explored how educational technology might support learning in MOOCs and Flipped Learning scenarios using real-time attention monitoring and adaptive review. The second paper led by Irene Rae and in collaboration with Leila Takayama from Willow Garage, Inc. explored how embodiment and control afforded by robotic telepresence systems shaped interaction outcomes such as trust in remote collaboration.

  1. Szafir, D. & Mutlu, B. (2013). ARTFuL: Adaptive Review Technology for Flipped Learning. In Proceedings of the 31st ACM/SigCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing (CHI 2013), Paris, France.
  2. Rae, I., Takayama, L., & Mutlu, B. (2013). In-body Experiences: Embodiment, Control, and Trust in Robot Mediated Communication. In Proceedings of the 31st ACM/SigCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing (CHI 2013), Paris, France.

Note: Paris photo is by Flickr userĀ aigle_dore. Used under a creative commons license.