Audience Response Systems Hardware Radio-Frequency Clickers Software Based - BYOD - Mobile versions
Private Mobile Data Collection using Participatory Sensing Real Time (always on) Real Place (always carried) Real Context (historical, spatial, environmental, social) Real Applications (civic and environmental data, transportation, health, education)
A Tale of Two Tools Native Apps iOS, Android, Web XML script Testing Required Account Needed html5 - Web Based Browser required GUI Authoring No testing needed Anonymous Replies
What is OPT? OPT is an Online Polling Tool It works on any Mobile device with a browser Interactive Polling for classrooms Anonymous for poll takers Authentication required for poll creators Use Cases include: – Geo-distributed classes – Online - Synchronous Office Hours
Interactive Polls OPT, is a web-based (clickerless) BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Audience Response (AR) system available to all faculty & Staff to create polls and is open to all students to take polls (with no additional fees or devices needed) today The Process Create a Poll Collect Data View Results
2) Search on OPT http://onlinepoll.ucla.edu 3) Use a QR reader App 4) UCLA Mobile Click on Customize Home Screen & add OPT! Search for "Bruin" Use a free one from the App stores http://m.ucla.edu 4 Ways to find a Poll: 1) Paste link into a slide or course page
Introducing ohmage MWF http://pilots.mobilizelabs.org http://pilots.mobilizelabs.org Available free : Ios App Store The Android Google Play market BYOD Private MDC
ohmage Key Concepts Campaign Survey Concept Prompts » Prompt Types » Condition – Reminders – Location & Time Zone data Web-based Data Repository Data Visualization
Discuss Plans Talk about Type of Data they want to collect Discuss complexity of the survey instrument IRB required for Research Integrated and iterative Create Campaign Collect Data Analyze Data
Ohmage Mobile-to-Web Platform Ohmage server (RESTful APIs) Ohmage FrontEnd Mobility SystemSens Acoustic LifeStreamsCampaign Authoring Snackboard ohmage ohmage MWF Ohmage Expore Data Self-reportPassive Data Streams Survey Gathering Visualization and AnalysisData Management and Administration Mobile Clients Web Applications Teacher Tool
Create Campaign Manual Creation: create campaign definition in XML Create Campaign Info Survey Info Survey Item Create Survey (Repeatable) View XML Submit to ohmage Server Campaign authoring Tool: GUI for create a campaign (Near Future) Campaign Info Survey Info Survey Item Campaign Info Survey Info Survey Item
Collect Data Android devices: ohmage IOS devices: Ohmage MWF Desktop browser: http://pilots.mobilizelabs.org Data collection tools are available on multiple platforms to accommodate for device diversity.
Data Analysis Ohmage Generic Data Exploration (all campaigns) Customized Dashboards: snack, ads, trash (https://lausd.mobilizingcs.org/snackdemo)https://lausd.mobilizingcs.org/snackdemo RStudio: Script-based Data Analysis (all campaigns) Shiny: Customized GUI on RStudio (future) Different tools for different depths and learning objectives.
Custom Dashboards For Community Wellness Built for a specific Survey to be used as a Wellness Program Challenge Board For Research Projects Built for specific research Built for participant visualization
Deployments : LAUSD STEM classes 4 SubjectsCurriculumData Collection Explored Computer Science (ECS) 6-8 weeks data analysis unitSnack, Advertisement, Their own topics Math (Algebra 1)12 day unit on linear equationSnack nutrition Science (Biology)12 day unitTrash Introductory Data Science (IDS) 4 2-month units covering data science (to be completed) Their own topics Deployment YearECS (classes) Math + (classes) Science + (classes) IDS (classes) Total (classes) Total (students) 2011-12 (Completed)13--- 377 * 2012-13 (Completed)1275-24644 * 2013-14 (expected)74533-852,975 ** 2014-15 (expected)109070101806,300 ** Note: + Math classes include Algebra 2 and Statistics. Science classes include Environmental Science; * Number of consented students; ** Approximately 35 students per class.
Acknowledgements Mobilize technical team: Safaa Dabagh, Amelia McNamara, James Molyneux, Steve Nolen, Jeroen Ooms, Hongsuda Tangmunarunkit (Lead) Ohmage: Cheng-Kang Hsieh, Cameron Ketcham, John Jenkin, Tai Pham, Josh Selsky (Lead) Ohmage-mwf: Zorayr Khalapyan, Vinh Pham, Rose Rocchio (Lead), Edward Sakabu, Cathy Trance Education team: Salvador Beas, Odette Board (LAUSD), John Landa (LAUSD), Suyen Noncada-Machado (LAUSD), Christine Ong (CRESST), LeeAnn Trusela (Project Director), et. al PIs: Rob Gould, Mark Hansen, Deborah Estrin, Jane Margolis, Tomas Philip, Jody Priselac, Todd Ullah, Chris Stephenson, Joanna Goode Funding: NSF Math Science Partnership (#DUE-0962919), UCLA Center for Embedded Networked Sensing (NSF#CCF-0120778)
Demo intro Set of research tools – Originally built by DE & CENS for Android only – 2 yrs ago, began building MDC clients using MWF – Resulted in: iOS, Android & Web clients – iPAD Demo – snack demo – See uploaded data: – https://pilots.mobilizelabs.org https://pilots.mobilizelabs.org