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Much of the SoCrates content is the result of research and studies of university professors and researchers. In addition, content can be from university staff members who have created content for use by or in the university.
Some content examples include:
Educational materials refers to content created for teaching and educating individuals. Examples include curriculum, books, text books, mobile apps and software as well as educational kits, activities and labs. Educational materials can be of interest to educators, book publishers and companies who sell educational kits to schools.
Diagnostic Screeners are questionnaires that screen or capture information from individuals in a specific area for subsequent analysis. Screeners are used for many different purposes. For example, one can use a questionnaire to interview participants of a fitness program to determine the effectiveness of the program. The creation and use of diagnostic screeners is common for clinical trials and evaluating individuals for specific emotional or behavioral disorders. Effective screeners are of interest to other researchers as well as practitioners in its specific area of study.
Researchers at the university create videos across a wide range of subject areas for educating students and other purposes. Professors commonly use videos in classes; however, they also create videos to provide information about a subject area. These videos could be for outside professionals, children and adults, and for medical or clinical purposes. They could then be viewed on the Internet or via mobile devices. Videos can be short clips, animations or longer content. There is a great deal of interest and demand for unique and specialized video content from companies who publish or provide videos for commercial purposes such as video streaming, online learning and for use in clinical or medical practices.
Researchers and staff at the university create many types of software for many application areas. Examples include software for use in research, labs, information technology, education, etc., and for diverse application areas such as image processing, university business processes, fitness tracking, medical diagnostics, artificial intelligence, statistical processing and more. The software can be of interest to a very wide range of individuals, including other researchers, software companies and service companies.
Rutgers researchers create innovative curriculum for many different uses including for classroom and group activities. Curriculum can be of interest to other educators, book publishers and companies who provide online learning.