Modified the CSS related to the Project blog page. This now looks more in-line with the rest of the project Website.
Here is a screen shot of the page where student record their module assessment mark and can also enter their assessment due date.
The progress report was sent today to WEX.
Phil and I presented the project at the 10th Learning and Teaching Symposium, University of Westminster over 2 talks:
- “Learning Surfaces”, Philip Trwoga
- “iWestminster, the Westminster Learning Surface: First Look, First Apps, First Impact.”, Anne-Gaelle Colom
I’ve just produced a graph analysis of quiz results. This could be useful for students to analyse their performance. (currently as the quiz only consists of 6 questions, the performance at the 6 questions is repeated to represent 20 questions). Further work will include viewing the question while clicking on the graph.
I have produced a quiz results summary page. This displays the student results, with their picture and which lectures need revising.
Phil added ‘enter due date’ to MiGrade individual elements with option to save to device calendar. We have chosen 10am as the default due time to be inline with the University hand in time regulation.
Phil and I attended a meeting at Apple to meet Apple education and other academics involved in iPad projects. The meeting was also an opportunity to establish link for future collaboration.
I improved MiModule with the use of native form elements over JQuery Mobile form elements. This is to show HTML elements in the browser and show students what these would look like in a mobile and desktop browser. Elsewhere, the JQM form elements are used.
Phil improved MiGrade with local saving and reading of course XML file.