Eye tracking is a popular indicator to measure student’ attention and ability to focus based on eye movement and eye position. In this era of Education 4.0, interface design, user experience and privacy issues prevent people from using wearable devices, which make it difficult to measure paper visual behavior and fine eye movement for several different eye tracking device types. Therefore, this paper present results on study to investigate the importance of eye tracker availability for student learning processes. Integrated Structural Equation Modeling and Analysis of MOment Structures (SEM-AMOS) model used for presenting the results. Excel, Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) and AMOS software employed in implementing the simulation and factors of quantitative heuristic approach (QHA) used to analyze the model performance. The results show that there is a positive and significant relationship between the eye trackers availability and its importance. The findings of the QHA paper support the hypothesis.

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