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Quinta-feira, 19 de Março de 2009
Assessment Visualization concept
In a previous post I talked about data visualization on widgets, showing a few tests that were being conducted, but some of the configuration options were still being studied. In this post I leave you with a closer view on how the results of student assessment will be visualized.

One of the tools that we aim to provide in the SAPO Campus platform is the visualization of student assessment results. With this, we hope to provide both teachers and students a tool which can convey information in an easy, simple and immediate process. Besides having a fully customizable widget, we will give the user a few pre-customized widgets with the most common visualization defaults.

Basically this tool will allow its users to have an efficient method to visualize their contribution performance on the platform. Its implementation has been studied, so we can reach a result where the user feels that her needs are fulfilled. Armed with the platform’s specification as a basis for our work, we've decided that this tool will appear as a widget, which can be customizable so that it can display the desired visualization. This customization will be based on the user’s choices through the widget’s edit menu, which will filter the data to show.

The menu was designed as an accordion with 5 areas which will display the different possible options:



The first area, “Who”, will allow the user to choose the person, group, or both, whose data she wishes to view.



In the “Services” area there will be some options presented as checkboxes. These will allow the user to choose the platform’s services (videos, photos, blogs) corresponding to the assessments she wishes to see.



“Time period” is the third area, and here the user can choose whether she wishes to view the data throughout the subject's full timeline, or just a determined time frame.



The “Evaluators” area offers the user choice on which people conducted the actual assessments, in this case the teacher, students or both.



The last area is the “Chart” options, where the user can choose the data format (quantity or percentage), and based on this choice the chart type selection will be made.



The development will continue, now based on a little hack (which seems to have been altered, but I guess Bruno will post something about it soon :D).

Now it's time to keep on learning some jQuery moves!
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Published by bruno-abrantes às 17:23

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De Sakura Kiato a 4 de Setembro de 2009 às 01:47
Which program did you use to draw these interface sketches?


De Rodolfo a 4 de Setembro de 2009 às 10:27
These sketches were made with Balsamiq Mockups. You can check the app on their website: http://www.balsamiq.com/products/mockups


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