The digital classroom is a unique facility enabling the simultaneous recording of eye-movements of up to 16 people. Such recordings provide information about where people look on a computer screen, for how long and in which order. This facility also makes it possible to show this information in real-time to others.
Amongst many topics, the facility is suited for studies of the effect of social presence on cognitive and learning processes, the study of collaboration and competition behavior from the view of both social and cognitive psychology, and the development and study of new forms of technology-enabled teaching and learning.
The digital classroom was funded by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation, the Lund University Committee for Research Infrastructure, the Marcus and Amalia Wallenberg Foundation and a donation from the LMK Foundation. (link, new window)
You can find information about a group eye-tracking research project making use of this facility here (link, new window).
If you have an interest in running an experiment in this facility, have questions about the technical setup available in the room, or need to know what dates would be best for your study to ensure optimal access for all users, please use the adress below.