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Quantext Screencasts

The lull in posts on our workbench site over recent months has been due to us working hard to get Quantext match-fit for our pilot studies. We're delighted that we now have several cases underway or ready to go at sites around NZ and that the current pilot version of Quantext is running smoothly! We're … Continue reading Quantext Screencasts

Quantext pilot study

Together with our project partners, Dr Irina Elgort from Victoria University of Wellington and Associate Professor Cathy Gunn, from the University of Auckland, we were delighted to receive confirmation recently that Ako Aotearoa have generously agreed to co-fund a Quantext pilot study. The funds will allow us to complete case studies, with a range of pedagogical … Continue reading Quantext pilot study

SoTEL and the meaning of ‘teaching’

A highlight, for me, of the Inaugural Scholarship of Technology Enhanced Learning (SoTEL) symposium last week, was the discussion sparked by Prof. John Clayton's trendsetter address.  John's presentation explored the idea that knowledge is shaped by social context and the implications of this for designing a modern curriculum. John argued that the focus should be … Continue reading SoTEL and the meaning of ‘teaching’

February 2018 Quantext update

  We've updated the demonstration Quantext site today. New and updated features include: Interface enhancements to make uploading and managing your files easier Faster analysis Enhanced support for multiple teaching or reference materials Basic reporting functionality to support student feedback Small bug fixes Revised and updated documentation Thanks to Irina Elgort for helpful suggestions and … Continue reading February 2018 Quantext update