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PrisMe: a Tangible User Interface for Group Work Regulation: A Preliminary User Experience Study

Abstract : The aim of this experiment was to evaluate a tangible environment called PrisMe (Collective attention led by a Mediated environment) developed during the e-TAC project. The methodology for creating this environment was based on an end-user-centered approach. Its role is to support collective work and foster collaborative learning in an educational context (i.e., primary and secondary school). More specifically, this set of artifacts must promote noise regulation during group activities, facilitate pupils’ time management and support classroom management for teachers. The evaluation of PrisMe took place with pupils aged 9 to 10 in a real school context. Pupils worked in groups of 4 and completed mathematics problem-solving activities lasting approximately 20 minutes. At the end of these activities, they were given two user experience questionnaires, the AttrakDiff and the meCUE. The user feedback allowed us to validate a significant number of interactions and brought out points of vigilance for the final development phase. The results of the questionnaires are encouraging and seem to indicate that PrisMe provides a satisfactory user experience to pupils.
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Alexis Olry, Julien Veytizou, David Bertolo, Robin Vivian, J. M. Christian Bastien, et al.. PrisMe: a Tangible User Interface for Group Work Regulation: A Preliminary User Experience Study. European Tangible Interaction Studio 2020, Nov 2020, Siena, Italy. ⟨hal-03238833⟩

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