Improving Open Distance Learning Efficiency by Non-Invasive Brain Computer Interface [dataset]

Shengzhi Du, Elisha Oketch Ochola, Friedrich Wernher
2013 PsycEXTRA Dataset   unpublished
One of the biggest problems of ODL teaching/learning is that lecturers cannot get the feedback from students in time and modify the teaching materials and styles according to the interaction of students. The burgeoning Brain Computer Interface (BCI) created the possibility of assessing the activities of working memory which is closely related to the knowledge accepting (learning, understanding) efficiency. This research aims to build a real-time teaching and learning efficiency assessing system
more » ... cy assessing system based on the technique of electroencephalograph (EEG, a kind of non-invasive BCI). The activities of working memory is detected by the system when students learning, based on which both sides of lecturers and students, can modify teaching/learning materials and styles. So a relative higher efficiency of knowledge delivery will be created.
doi:10.1037/e645312013-005 fatcat:pvpbg6vihfhexfu4asggqoousy