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Presentation for the TLN conference at St. Catherine University on using audience response system in the classroom.

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    • I Think We’re ClickingAudience response systems in the classroom
      Sue Gray, Reference Librarian, Minneapolis Campus
    • Are you smarter than a Katie?
      Ready?
    • A scholarly journal is one that…
      Has research articles in it.
      Has lots of ads and pictures.
      Is written at a third grade reading level.
      Contains articles written by journalists.
      0 of 30
    • The best place to find journal articles is:
      CLICnet (library catalog)
      Google
      Library Databases
      Wikipedia
    • The main reason for using citations in a paper is:
      to show that I can follow picky instructions
      to prove that I used the right number of sources
      to give credit to the information sources that I use
      there is no good reason for citing – it’s all evil
    • Who are your best sources for information resources?
      10
      Your friends
      Your classmates
      Google
      Librarians
    • How are Clickers being used?
      Quizzes or pre & post-testing
      Opinion polls
      Practice problems
      Peer instruction/Team decision exercises
      Assist with grading and reports
      Record attendance in lecture halls
    • Resources
      • TurningPoint software
      www.turningtechnologies.com
      • Clickers on each campus
      ? – contact Instructional Technologies staff
      • Online Clickers reservations
      KateWay-> HelpDesk-> Instructional Technologies-> Resources-> Turning Point Clickers -> Reserve Clickers
    • Bibliography
      • Bruff, D. (2010). Classroom response systems (“clickers”) bibliography. Vanderbilt Center for Teaching. Retrieved from http://www.vanderbilt.edu/cft/resources/teaching_
      resources/technology/crs_biblio.htm
      • Bruff, D. (2009). Teaching with classroom response systems: Creating active learning environments. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
      • Duncan, D. (2005). Clickers in the classroom: How to enhance science teaching using classroom response systems. San Francisco, CA: Pearson Education, Inc.