The Real World Eye Tracking course: Advanced training in applied eye tracking, will take place at Royal Holloway University of London, on the 24th and 25th of April. The course will take place over the two whole days, finishing by 5 on the Tuesday. It is organized jointly by the Department of Psychology, Royal Holloway and Acuity Intelligence and is supported by the BBSRC.
The two day module begins with the fundamentals and main issues of eye tracking and advances on to the particular challenges of applied eye tracking as well as providing an interactive opportunity for projects led by experts. It will provide hands-on experience of several types of eye-trackers and software. No previous knowledge is assumed, but the content is of a Masters level. It would be useful for participants from all backgrounds (business or academia) looking to make more use of their existing equipment or thinking of adding eye tracking to their research methods.
The fees are £600, and BBSRC funding allows for an academic discounted price at £200 and £80 for PhD/Masters students. Accommodation and travel will need to be arranged separately and details of where to book will be provided.
For further details please see the course website.