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Next Generation Response Systems at SDSU
Next Generation Response Systems at SDSU
Next Generation Response Systems at SDSU
Next Generation Response Systems at SDSU
Next Generation Response Systems at SDSU
Next Generation Response Systems at SDSU
Next Generation Response Systems at SDSU
Next Generation Response Systems at SDSU
Next Generation Response Systems at SDSU
Next Generation Response Systems at SDSU
Next Generation Response Systems at SDSU
Next Generation Response Systems at SDSU
Next Generation Response Systems at SDSU
Next Generation Response Systems at SDSU
Next Generation Response Systems at SDSU
Next Generation Response Systems at SDSU
Next Generation Response Systems at SDSU
Next Generation Response Systems at SDSU
Next Generation Response Systems at SDSU
Next Generation Response Systems at SDSU
Next Generation Response Systems at SDSU
Next Generation Response Systems at SDSU
Next Generation Response Systems at SDSU
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  • Almost 100 past faculty users not currently using clickers in spring 2011. (Of those only ~10% are clearly identified as dissatisfied, ~15% known to no longer be at SDSU.)
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    • 1. Next Generation Response Systems for SDSU
      Jim Julius
      ITS
    • 2. What is most important to you in this session?
      Getting some background on what response systems (“clickers”) are and why faculty should be interested
      Hearing more about the recent re-evaluation of SDSU’s standard response system
      Participating in a demo of SDSU’s new response system technology
      Something else
    • 3. SDSU Clicker Overview
      2003: ENS 280 installed system
      2005: Emerging interest & concerns
      2006: Clicker Pickers - eInstruction2010: Reconsideration2011: Thorough reevaluation process
      Large class appeal
      Wide & deep adoption
    • 4. Clicker benefits
      Students
      feel more involved
      are more likely to attend
      believe clicker questions are important to their learning
      Faculty
      gain insight on student understanding
      can adopt different strategies for engaging students
      have an easy way to assign participation points
    • 5. Clicker challenges
      Being on the spot with technology that can and does fail
      Taking the time to gain comfort with the tech and redesigned class processes
      Dealing with tech-challenged and otherwise disgruntled students
    • 6. In which semester do you think clicker use peaked at SDSU?
      Fall 2008
      Spring 2009
      Fall 2009
      Spring 2010
      Fall 2010
    • 7. eInstruction Adoption at SDSU
    • 8. Which best fits your clicker “profile”?
      Experienced and basically satisfied using clickers
      Tried clickers but not sold on them
      Haven’t yet tried clickers but definitely interested
      Haven’t thought a lot about clickers
      None of these
    • 9.
    • 10. Response System Re-eval Results
      Demo attendees providing ratings: 9 tenure/TT, 7 lecturers, 6 students, 6 staff/admin, 2 librarians
      21/27 indicating a preference selected i>clicker
      i>clicker highest on 10/15 of criteria
      Overall ratings 1=excellent, 2=acceptable, 3=marginal, 4=poor
    • 11. Response System Re-eval Results
      ITS enthusiastic about i>clicker’s focus, simplicity, & consistency across platforms
      Satisfaction at other institutions and growing adoption within the CSU and in the San Diego region also a big + for i>clicker
      Poll Everywhere continues to intrigue, planning expanded pilot (<10 classes)
    • 12. eInstruction Pricing
      Lifetime clicker: $54.99
      One-semester clicker: $39.99
      Replacement clicker $25
      Upgrade code $17.99
      Lifetime code $31.00
    • 13. i>clicker Pricing
      $42.50
      $10 rebate for students turning in an eInstruction clicker
      Bookstore working on developing a clicker coupon of at least $10 for students spending a certain $ amount on course materials
      Buy-back/resale value will be near $20
    • 14. Quick demo – i>clicker
      Same simple tool across Mac or PC
      Floats above anything
      Runs directly from a flash drive
    • 15. How likely are you to use i>clicker next year?
      Definitely
      Probably, but need to learn more
      Doubtful
      No chance
    • 16. What do you think about the large base receivers?
      Install them in classrooms and give them to professors to practice with
      Let profs carry them as they do now – don’t install in classrooms
      Just install them in the busiest/largest classrooms
      Something else
    • 17. Poll Everywhere
      Web-based system relying on student-owned devices
      Survey results from Fall 2010: 84% of students had unlimited texting plans
    • 18. How To Vote via Texting
      EXAMPLE
      Standard texting rates only (worst case US $0.20)
      We have no access to your phone number
      Capitalization doesn’t matter, but spaces and spelling do
      TIPS
    • 19. How To Vote via Poll4.com
      EXAMPLE
      Capitalization doesn’t matter, but spaces and spelling do
      TIP
    • 20. How To Vote via Twitter
      EXAMPLE
      Capitalization doesn’t matter, but spaces and spelling do
      Since @poll is the first word, your followers will not receive this tweet
      TIPS
    • 21. Don’t forget: You can copy-paste this slide into other presentations, and move or resize the poll.
    • 22.
    • 23. Poll Everywhere demo
      http://polleverywhere.com
    • 24. Don’t forget: You can copy-paste this slide into other presentations, and move or resize the poll.
    • 25. Thanks – for more info, follow me to the FIT Center …

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