Category iTest

iTest App – the Back End and the Internals

Many thanks to Peter Chapman (Senior Lecturer and iTest App developer) at Newman University for providing this technical perspective to the iTest app which I reported on in my previous blog entry. The Back End and the Internals Early decisions as to the very nature of the app were difficult. Do we write it as […]

An update on the iTest app

Way back before the summer we started working on a version of Exeter’s paper-based digital literacy self-awareness activity called iTest. If you’re not familiar with iTest, it’s a quiz that asks users to answer questions about how they use technology in their academic life and then gives them scores in six broad areas and advice about how to […]

iTest – an e version.

At a Changing the Learning Landscape event at the University of Exeter a few months ago I was impressed with a digital literacies survey they had produced called iTest.  This was a light-hearted paper-based survey that allowed the student (or staff member) to find out how digital literate they were in a number of different areas.  […]

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