TECHdotMN TV short: U of M OTC | My Procedure, CBAS-R and iSEAL

by The TECHdotMN Team


In this clip from last weeks Office for Technology and Commercialization Software & IT Showcase, Business Unit Leader Rick Huebsch talks about:

Minnesota Innovation Partnerships (MN-IP): recently created to streamline the terms and conditions associated with sponsoring research and licensing intellectual property.

My Procedure: a series of web and mobile-based, 3D interactive tools developed for patient education before and after medical proceedures.

Computer Based Assessment System for Reading (CBAS-R): is a software program that provides educators with a formative assessment including: screening, progress monitoring, and skills analysis to be used in the classroom. The reading assessment software dynamically formulates individualized reading assessments for students with a kindergarten to fifth grade skill level. The assessments build upon a test taker’s previous answers, bracketing their ability level, and adapting future questions to the student’s capability.

Intelligent System for Education, Assessment, and Learning (iSEAL): is a curriculum management and learning analytics system that replaces traditional single course within a semester delivery systems such as Moodle, Blackboard, and D2L. It also collects a large dataset of student interaction with the curriculum for research into student learning, future data mining, and creation of individualized learning plans.

Recent transfers like CaSTT, Smart Signal, Drive Power and Ninja Metrics.