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A HIMI Model for Collaborative Multi-Touch Multimedia Irene Cheng Damien Michel Antonis Argyros Anup Basu
 

Summary: A HIMI Model for Collaborative Multi-Touch Multimedia
Education
Irene Cheng Damien Michel Antonis Argyros Anup Basu
University of Alberta Institute for Comp Sci Institute for Comp Sci University of Alberta
Edmonton, AB Forth, Crete Forth, Crete Edmonton, AB
Canada Greece Greece Canada
lin@cs.ualberta.ca michel@ics.forth.gr argyros@ics.forth.gr anup@cs.ualberta.ca
ABSTRACT
Educational testing and learning have evolved from using
standard True/False, fill-in-the-blank and multiple choice on
paper to more visually enriched formats using interactive
multimedia content on digital displays. However, traditional
educational application interfaces are primarily mouse-driven,
which prevents multiple users working simultaneously. Although
touch-based displays have emerged and inspired new
developments, they are mainly used in simple tasks. In this paper
we show how the multi-touch technology can be extended to
collaborative learning and testing at a larger scale, using an
existing education implementation for illustration. We propose a
Human-Intention-Machine-Interpretation (HIMI) model, which

  

Source: Argyros, Antonis - Foundation of Research and Technology, Hellas & Department of Computer Science, University of Crete

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences