The React Labs project
React Labs is a new app that lets you watch live events and react to
them using your smartphone in real time. During the event, live
charting is updated second by second to provide a dynamic picture of
people's reactions. After the event, charts provide a new source of
data for analysis. You can also comment on Twitter and see what everyone else
is saying -- just scroll below the Comment button when you're using the app.
React on your smartphone or computer by going to go.reactlabs.org.
For more info, visit the React Labs project page.
Links to live-charting results
of Miami Teaching and Learning Community Forum, March 30, 2012
Reactions to a Miami Teaching
and Learning Community Forum, Aligning Research, Policy, and
Practice in an Era of Accountability: a dialogue on the consequences,
challenges, and ethics of current “school reform.” Features a keynote
address by Alfie
Kohn, “The Deadly Effects of Corporate-Style 'School Reform':
Challenging High-Stakes Testing and Other Impediments to Learning".
University of Miami, Storer Auditorium, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Philip Resnik's plenary lecture at the American Association for Applied Linguistics conference, March 26, 2012.
A successful beta test with 45 audience members using React Labs during a live event.
- February 26, 2012. The Oscars.
- February 22, 2012. Republican debate in Arizona. A test with about 15 participants.
- February 5, 2012. Super Bowl XLVI. A test with about 20 participants.
- Also, on Safari browsers only: An experimental page that links the real-time Super Bowl reactions to a video of the game.