Using the eye tracker to study Twitter use
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10 February 2009
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2:15pm 10 February 2009 Permalink
We had a hypothesis that Twitter users might pay a lot of attention to messages with embedded links. This might be interesting if we see Twitter as a tool to draw attention to what you are doing, including your work as a researcher. Who is reading your messages and how are they reading them? What do they notice? What makes them go off in another direction, following someone else instead of you?
The eye tracker is one way to explore the above questions, perhaps. It could complement other methods, in a multi-method approach within a Researcher 2.0 perspective.
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4:43pm 13 February 2009 (Edited 10:57am 11 December 2009)
There are a couple of videos from the eye-tracker available on the olnetchannel of youtube - http://www.youtube.com/olnetchannel
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