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Social Robot as an Awareness Tool to Help Regulate Collaboration

Abstract : In collaborative learning, group awareness is a central issue. Being aware of the group's perceptions allows an adequate regulation of the activity. Our research explores whether a social robot can provide the necessary awareness. This study evaluates the usability and acceptability of a social robot used in such a role. The robot can express emotions and move according to territoriality principles, leading to a novel communication strategy. We designed and evaluated a learning situation where a Cozmo robot is included in a project meeting. As an awareness tool, it moves and expresses specific emotions that represent individual and group feelings to regulate learner communication behaviors.
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Alix Gonnot, Christine Michel, Jean-Charles Marty, Amélie Cordier. Social Robot as an Awareness Tool to Help Regulate Collaboration. Workshop on Robots for Learning (R4L) at the 28th IEEE International Conference on Robot & Human Interactive Communication, Oct 2019, New Dehli, India. ⟨hal-02317785⟩



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