Season 1, Episode 11

Doctors of Optometry – How Efficient is Self-Directed Learning?

Nov 22, 2021 | Beyond 20/20

Much of our learning today is self-directed and involves using computer screens. Doug Kueker, PhD, discusses his research that used eye-tracking metrics to measure how efficiently we learn when using multiple screens.

The results of the research might surprise you.  What you perceive may not always match up with physiologically with your eyes. Learn tips for how to reduce the mental effort that’s required to learn online.

 

Episode  – How Efficient is Self-Directed Learning?

Much of our learning today is self-directed and involves using computer screens. Doug Kueker, PhD, discusses his research that used eye-tracking metrics to measure how efficiently we learn when using multiple screens.

The results of the research might surprise you.  What you perceive may not always match up with physiologically with your eyes. Learn tips for how to reduce the mental effort that’s required to learn online.

Host & Guests

Dr. Andrew Bateman, past president, Nebraska Optometric Association

Doug Kueker, PhD, Director of Learning, Vivayic

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