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

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

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  • 1. I Think We’re ClickingAudience response systems in the classroom
    Sue Gray, Reference Librarian, Minneapolis Campus
  • 2. Are you smarter than a Katie?
    Ready?
  • 3. 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
  • 4. The best place to find journal articles is:
    CLICnet (library catalog)
    Google
    Library Databases
    Wikipedia
  • 5. 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
  • 6. Who are your best sources for information resources?
    10
    Your friends
    Your classmates
    Google
    Librarians
  • 7. 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
  • 8. 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
  • 9. 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.
    • 10. Duncan, D. (2005). Clickers in the classroom: How to enhance science teaching using classroom response systems. San Francisco, CA: Pearson Education, Inc.

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