January 2017 Update on the Image Quiz Project

The Image Quiz Project was introduced last year with the aim of increasing comprehension of complex subjects through visual learning. The project is seeking collaborators and encourages use of the software. No programming experience is needed to use the software. 
 
Our greatest development need is for a C++ programmer who will help us release the C++ code on GitHub.
 
There are several new videos that introduce the software, and explain how to customize it by adding your own images:  
 

Four-minute introduction to the Image Quiz Project: https://youtu.be/lfoeldV-_94

 

 

One-hour introduction, with instructions on adding your own images: https://youtu.be/qMq0n8q8B8Q

 

 

Lecture notes summarizing the longer video (you can jump to the sections that interest you):  https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2rS3XbKQ2pmclk5cXUwVmpRcWc/view

A video user manual on the JAVA version of the software: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCE7Sxwwrb7OBgU4uhii8xSw

 
Download the PC/JAVA software here:
Download the Mac/JAVA software here:
 
GitHub source code releases of the JAVA software:
 
Contact Bruce Kirchoff (bruce.kirchoff[at]apereo[dot]org) if you would like the C++ executables, or to join the team. The C++ software is the easiest to use outside of biology. The videos linked above explain how to add images to this software. No programming experience is needed to add images or use the software.