The USF Muma College of Business has featured MyReviewers in its latest article. Our team, consisting of Joe Moxley, Matt Mullarkey, and Natalie Kass, is “[identifying] and [testing] the commercial appeal of MyReviewers.” Included below is a small excerpt, but you can read the full article here.
TAMPA, Fla. (Mar. 10, 2016) – Researchers and students at the University of South Florida have developed an online learning tool that some people think may change the way English courses are taught. And now the National Science Foundation grant has rewarded USF with a $50,000 grant from its Innovation Corps program, which aims to help universities turn research discoveries into viable products.
The grant will be used to help the USF team – which includes an English professor, a business researcher, and a student – as they identify and test the commercial appeal of MyReviewers, an e-learning tool with a full suite of teaching and assessment tools. Using cloud-based storage, users can quickly and easily review student work and provide feedback. As students revise and edit their writing, faculty can link to videos that provide details about a particular topic, or, when addressing common problem areas, provide consistent feedback by dropping and dragging advice from a custom frequent-comment library.
We would like to thank the College of Business for their article and support as we move forward with our research.