Affective Computing to Enhance E-Learning in Segregated Societies

El-Abbasy, K., Angelopoulou, A. and Towell, A. 2015. Affective Computing to Enhance E-Learning in Segregated Societies. 2015 Imperial College Computing Student Workshop (ICCSW 2015). London 23 Sep 2015 OpenAccess Series in Informatics.

TitleAffective Computing to Enhance E-Learning in Segregated Societies
AuthorsEl-Abbasy, K., Angelopoulou, A. and Towell, A.
TypeConference paper
Abstract

According to UN Women, to build stronger economies, it is essential to empower women to participate
fully in economic life across all sectors. Increasing women and girls’ education enhances
their chances to participate in the labor market. In certain cultures, like in Saudi Arabia, women
contribution to the public economy growth is very limited. According to the World Bank, less
than 20 percent of the female population participate in the labor force. This low participation
rate has many reasons. One of them, is the educational level and educational quality for females.
Although Saudi Arabia has about thirty three universities, opportunities are still limited for women
because of the restrictions of access put upon them. A mixture of local norms, traditions,
social beliefs, and principles preventing women from receiving full benefits from the educational
system. Gender segregation is one of the challenges that limits the women access for education.
It causes a problem due to the shortage of female faculty throughout the country. To overcome
this problem, male faculty are allowed to teach female students under certain regulations
and following a certain method of education delivery and interaction. However, most of these
methods lack face-to-face communication between the teacher and students, which lowers the
interactivity level and, accordingly, the students’ engagement, and increases the need for other
alternatives. The e-learning model is one of high benefit for female students in such societies.
Recognizing the students’ engagement is not straightforward in the e-learning model. To measure
the level of engagement, the learner’s mood or emotions should be taken into consideration to
help understanding and judging the level of engagement. This paper is to investigate the relationship
between emotions and engagement in the e-learning environment, and how recognizing
the learner’s emotions and change the content delivery accordingly can affect the efficiency of
the e-learning process. The proposed experiment alluded to herein should help to find ways to
increase the engagement of the learners, hence, enhance the efficiency of the learning process
and the quality of learning, which will increase the chances and opportunities for women in such
societies to participate more effectively in the labor market.

KeywordsAffective computing
E-learning
Women education
Year2015
Conference2015 Imperial College Computing Student Workshop (ICCSW 2015)
PublisherOpenAccess Series in Informatics
Schloss Dagstuhl – Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik, Dagstuhl Publishing, Germany
Publisher's versionElAbbasy_at_al_2015_as_published.pdf
Publication dates
Published28 Sep 2015
Completed24 Jul 2015
Journal citation49, pp. 13-20
ISSN2190-6807
Book title2015 Imperial College Computing Student Workshop (ICCSW 2015)
ISBN9783959770002
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.4230/OASIcs.ICCSW.2015.13

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