TRAD News

TRAD’s App Supports Adolescent Health and Technology Research

Fri December 20, 2019

Dr. Megan Moreno, the principal investigator of the Social Media and Adolescent Health Research Team (SMAHRT), was recently featured in an ABC news story about social media’s impact on youth health. Working within the Department of Pediatrics, Dr. Moreno and her interdisciplinary research team explore how technology use interacts with health outcomes relevant to adolescents,…

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TRAD Provides Technical Solutions for Campus Researchers

Wed January 23, 2019

The Teaching & Research Application Development (TRAD) team collaborates with campus researchers to provide technical solutions for data collection, data visualizations, dissemination of data and research conclusions, and educational efforts. In 2018, TRAD partnered with researchers on projects that improve older adults’ quality of life, support caregivers of critically-ill children, track co-occurring symptoms, assist instructors…

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Team Presents on Engage eText, Online Learning & More at T&L Symposium

Wed May 23, 2018

At this year’s Teaching & Learning Symposium on May 17, 2018, DoIT Academic Technology team members shared their expertise on online learning, Engage eText, Canvas, designing curriculum for high-enrollment courses, and learning analytics. In addition, Blaire Bundy, Service Leader of Strategic Learning Technology Consulting (SLTC), served on the planning committee for the event, which DoIT…

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TRAD’s App Supports Inclusive Discussions in the Classroom

Fri May 11, 2018

UW-Madison School of Education’s “The Discussion Project” was featured in a February issue of the Inside UW-Madison newsletter to staff and The Weekly newsletter to students. The article titled “‘The Discussion Project’ cultivates engaging, welcoming classroom conversations across campus” explained how the multi-session training supports instructors seeking to create classroom discussions that are “engaging, welcoming,…

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Collaborative Work Featured at Showcase

Wed March 28, 2018

For the 20th year, hundreds of colleagues gathered for the annual UW-Madison Showcase in Union South on Wednesday, March 21, 2018. DoIT Academic Technology team members from multiple services presented posters with partners from across the campus. The “Collaborative Partnerships: From Prototype to Production” poster featured the Agefuly App that Teaching & Research Application Development…

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