The Teaching & Research Application Development (TRAD) service partners with instructors, researchers and campus staff to conceptualize, design and implement innovative custom software solutions and library applications. We specialize in supporting campus teaching, learning and research ideas.
Our team provides the technical expertise to:
- Build solutions for research data collection, aggregation and sharing
- Design and develop proof of concept prototypes and fully developed applications in support of teaching and research innovations
- Create pedagogically sound games, simulations and data visualizations
- Design and develop custom websites
- Work with evaluators to identify and collect complex learning analytics
- Integrate new tools into or adapt current tools within the campus’ digital ecosystem
- Creates, integrates and supports tools and applications in use at campus and UW System libraries
Contact us via email or phone at (608) 262-5667 to discuss services, timelines and estimates.
Workflow Visualization System
Undergraduate Advising Web Site
School of Human Ecology - 100 Women Web Page
UW Wisconsin App
Water Vapor Data Visualization App
Brain Atlas App
Market Indicators for Impact App
Dairyland Initiative Web Site
Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention Games and Quitting App
School of Human Ecology Web Site
Clean Boats Clean Waters App
Kinesiology AppAn app used by physical therapists in sports medicine to determine if patients are at risk for re-injury.
School of Human Ecology - 100 Women Web PageRedesign of the the 100 Women campaign's online presence for the School of Human Ecology. SoHE's 100 Women campaign recognizes women for their embodiment of the School's mission to improve the quality of human life. Honorees join the roster and are celebrated through a Wall of Honor in Nancy Nicholas' Hall, as well as through this interactive page on SoHE's main website.
Water Vapor Data Visualization AppThis data visualization tool helps students understand the water cycle and the role of water vapor. Students can interact with the website to observe how insolation changes based on latitude and day of the year. Students can also examine real data from the AOS department at the UW to see how sea surface temperatures, vegetation cover, evaporation and rainfall changed throughout the year.
Dairyland Initiative Web SiteThe Dairyland Initiative is an information center and building plan assessment program that draws on dairy animal health, production, and behavior research combined with years of field experience in housing design.
Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention Games and Quitting AppThe Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention team developed a study to measure cravings that users experienced before and after playing a game on a smartphone. This app tracked how long the game was played and set limits on the amount of time between play sessions in accordance with study parameters.