In this paper, we investigated the forms of visibility and intrusion present during learning and offer initial findings based on our observations at two secondary schools. We have identified that visibility and intrusion exists in various forms of interactions in learning and could have negative consequences in learning if they are left unmanaged. We propose the usage of interactive surface as a tool to manage visibility and intrusion to enhance the learning experience.
|Translated title of the contribution||Forms of Visibility and Intrusion in learning|
|Publisher||Department of Computer Science, University of Bristol|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|
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Other identifier: 2001106