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  • Lecturers quickly measure students' comprehension, painlessly test problem-solving skills and performance provide prompt feedback to students invite, capture, share, and display student opinion if appropriate, record and export results for further analysis and/or discussion. Students provide anonymous feedback to the cohort and lecturer receive instant feedback on their understanding / performance participate in a familiar 'interactive' or 'game-based’ environment
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    • 1. Audience Response Systems Martin King, Senior Learning Technologist
    • 2. Audience Response Systems / ‘Clickers’
      • A few questions
      • What are Audience Response Systems?
      • Why use Audience Response Systems?
      • Support
    • 3. Are we ready to participate?
      • Yes
      • No
    • 4. When it comes to Technology, are you……?
      • A technophile
      • Comfortable with it
      • Indifferent to it
      • Uncomfortable with it
      • A technophobe
    • 5. How did you arrive here today?
      • By foot
      • By train
      • By car
      • By bike
      • Other (unicycle, skateboard, helicopter, slept here last night etc)
    • 6. What is the capital city of Namibia?
      • New Berlin
      • Windhoek
      • Leibnitz
      • Gabarone
    • 7. Audience Response Systems / ‘Clickers’
      • What
        • a radio-transmitting keypad
        • a radio-receiving ‘dongle’
        • a pc/laptop and projector
        • Allows participants to respond quickly and anonymously to questions incorporated into a PowerPoint presentation
    • 8. Features
      • Question types
        • Demographic
        • Feedback
        • Information
        • Quizzing
      • Groups
        • Voting
        • Cross-analysis
        • Performance
      • Presentation
      • Reporting
    • 9. Checking knowledge: Which of the following genres does Balzac draw on most prominently in Ferragus ?
      • classical tragedy
      • the 'roman noir'
      • historical chronicles
    • 10. The rate of accumulation, p , of carbonate sediments on a reef is approximately p = po exp( -z/Z ) where po and Z are constants and z is water depth. If accumulation rate is 9 m/ky in zero water depth and falls by a factor of 1/e at a water depth of 15 m. calculate the accumulation rate in water of depth 17 m .
      • 1.84
      • 2.9
      • 3.3
      Checking understanding
    • 11. Checking understanding & generating discussion: Plot the trajectory of the cake – where do you think it will land?
      • Point 1
      • Point 2
      • Point 3
      3 1 2
    • 12. What would be the main reasons for you to use Clickers?
      • To gather feedback from students
      • To heighten and maintain students’ attention levels
      • To test students’ comprehension
      • To test problem-solving skills and performance
    • 13. Participant Scores
    • 14. Team Scores
    • 15.  
    • 16. Support
      • Learning Technology Team
        • Access to software
        • Training
        • Project definition, design & delivery
        • Handholding during initial content creation
        • Promotion to colleagues
      • Audio Visual Team
        • Access to hardware
        • Support on-site