Computer program gauges student emotions

06/30/2008 | eSchool News (free registration)

Software developed by University of Massachusetts researchers can determine students' level of boredom, frustration and motivation while engaged in computer-based activities. The program uses sensors and cameras to assess emotions, allowing teachers to better detect areas in which a student struggles.

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