Our Lehr-Lern-Labor is a state-of-the-art laboratory for behavioural research in a broad variety of research scenarios. The high-tech equipment offers opportunities to record and analyse audio-visual data for multiple settings like screen-based eye tracking studies or video-recorded interviews.
There are two laboratory rooms which are connected to an observer room through one-way mirrors. The first laboratory room contains a computer for screen-based experiments, dome cameras and static eye tracking equipment. The technology allows different setups, not only for experimental scenarios, but also for learning and teaching observation. The second laboratory room allows to conduct group experiments and practicing teaching-and-learning-situations with students. Within the observation room, researchers can follow the experiments, record them and analyse data on-line as well as post-hoc.