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Development of HTML 5 data visualisation widget

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HTML5 Data visualisation

Simplifying complex mathematics

Data visualisation widget

Develop an interactive data visualisation tool for the diagnosis of asthma symptoms and treatments.  within the University learning management system. Provide just-in-time professional learning support during the migration of a paper based course into a collaborative online learning unit.

Launch project: Asthma Interactive

[us_testimonial author=”Professor Peter Henry” company=”School of Medicine and Pharmacology – Pharmacology, Pharmacy and Anaesthesiology Unit, University of Western Australia “]We have an understanding of the key biological processes involved in airway narrowing but we needed Paul Reid and colleagues at Next Learning to work with us to develop engaging, interactive computer models. Our Pharmacology students are now able to see exactly why a person with asthma suffers breathlessness and wheeze and how they can treat these symptoms, in an innovative computer-based learning module. In an age where there is a copious amount of data available, visualising and manipulating data is crucial to mathematical and conceptual understanding. We have an understanding of the key biological processes involved in airway narrowing but we needed Paul Reid and colleagues at Next Learning to work with us to develop engaging, interactive computer models. They are quite complex concepts so to be able to present them visually means students can more readily understand them. As educators Next Learning were able to pivot with us and help the pedagogy we wanted drive the technology and not the other way around.[/us_testimonial]
West Leederville Primary School
UWA Pharmacology
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