Implementation of real-time online mouse tracking on overseas quiz session From server administrator point of view (pre-print)

Fajar Purnama
48 min readJun 3, 2020

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If you just want to see the mouse tracking demonstration, it is available of most of my blogs that I can write JavaScript in, and the source code is on Github.

The original article is copyright under © Springer Nature Switzerland AG, Part of Springer Nature:

  1. Authors are Fajar Purnama (me), Otgontsetseg Sukhbaatar, Lodoiravsal Choimaa, and Tsuyoshi Usagawa.
  2. Title of the article is Implementation of real-time online mouse tracking on overseas quiz session From server administrator point of view.
  3. Published in Education and Information Technologies, Online First, Page 1–22, 6 March 2020, DOI is 10.1007/s10639–020–10141–3.
  4. Available at https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10639-020-10141-3.

This is Author’s pre-print which is the submitted version or before the peer review process. The copyright was transferred from Fajar Purnama to Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature and stated in the copyright transfer that “Author(s) retain the right to make the pre-print available on their own personal, self-maintained website. Springer not only encourages pre-print sharing, but even allow to license it as creative commons, therefore I license this post as customized CC-BY-SA where you are also allowed to sell my contents but with a condition that you must mention that the free and open version is available here. In summary, the mention must contain the keyword “free” and “open” and the location such as the link to this content.

As I am the author, I can say that there is significant difference between before and after peer review version. Springer is kind enough to allow sharing of the authors’ accepted version (AAM) 12 months after publication which will be 6 March 2021. However, we can open it faster if you are interested.

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