Tag Archives: testing

MiVideo adds quizzing tool to increase video viewing effectiveness

ITS Teaching and Learning is excited to announce that Interactive Video Quizzing (IVQ) has been added to the MiVideo suite of tools. Now available in Canvas, Blackboard, and Mediaspace sites like www.mivideo.it.umich.edu, IVQ turns video viewing from a passive activity into an active learning experience, engaging viewers with multiple choice, true/false, and other question types. IVQs can be… Read More »

UMSI students help make civic tools work for Detroit residents

By | July 3, 2019

The City of Detroit has a lot of data to share. The challenge is making this data accessible to residents. So, the city partnered with Data Driven Detroit to solve the problem. Together, they formed a user testing group, CUTgroup Detroit, and enlisted the School of Information (UMSI) to contribute the user testing acumen necessary to ensure the voices of Detroit… Read More »

DIY web accessibility testing tools & practices

By | November 28, 2018

You need not be an expert in digital or web accessibility to perform some low-threshold testing which will likely identify many high incidence issues in your EIT (electronic information technology). Technology requiring testing will include, but isn’t limited to, web apps, web pages, blog posts, etc. And remember the golden rule: A little testing throughout the process is… Read More »