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Press One for Yes: Using Clickers for Library Instruction and Information Literacy Assessment by Margot Hanson, Junie Hayashi and Becky Rathgeber

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2008 Hawaii Library Association Conference at the Grand Wailea, Maui

2008 Hawaii Library Association Conference at the Grand Wailea, Maui

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  • Use of clickers by CU-Boulder faculty has grown from 7 in 2002 to about 40 in 2004. Source: Office of News Services, University of Colorado at Boulder, November 18, 2004.
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    • 1. Press One for Yes: Using Clickers for Library Instruction and Information Literacy Assessment
      Margo Hanson, UH-West Oahu
      Junie Hayashi, Leeward CC
      Becky Rathgeber, BYU-Hawaii 
      Hawaii Library Association Conference
      Grand Wailea, Maui
      October 25, 2008
    • 2. We're going to talk about...
      Background of personal response systems
      Library instruction applications
      Local use
      Personal experiences
      Demonstration
    • 3. Have you used clickers before?
      Yes
      No
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    • 4. Background of Personal Response Systems (PRS)
      Audience Response Systems (ARS)
      Student Response Systems (SRS)
      Personal Response Systems (PRS)
      Classroom Performance Systems (CPS)
      Interactive audience response systems (ISRS)
      Wireless Response Systems (WRS)
      Audience-paced Feedback Systems (APS)
      and the list continues...... 
    • 5. Background PRS
      1960’s
      Commercial polling
      Business presentations/meetings/trainings
      Education
      Libraries!
      Future: mobile devices
    • 6. Background of PRS
    • 7. 3 Steps:
      Decide where to got next….
    • 8. Educational uses
    • Clicker Implementation
      University of Wisconsin system
      http://www4.uwm.edu/ltc/srs/
      Brigham Young University
      University of Colorado at Boulder
      Texas A&M University
      University of Illinois at Chicago
    • 13. Library Instruction Applications
      Surveys/Polling
      Assessment
      Quizzes
      Pre- and post-tests
      Anonymity or answer tracking
    • 14. You can find everything in the library online catalog EXCEPT:
      Books
      eBooks
      DVDs
      Journal articles
      Reserve materials
      0 of 30
    • 15. Local Use
      LCC since 2004
      Chaminade since 2007
      UHWO since 2007
      BYU-H since 2008
    • 16. Personal Experiences
      First time user, BYUH Assessment Librarian, Rose Ram, and her experience.
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    • 25. Where is the first place you go for research information?
      Librarian
      Professor
      Library databases
      Friends, family, coworkers
      Internet (Google, Yahoo, etc.)
      Answer Now
    • 26. Sample Question Report
    • 27. Sample Chart
    • 28. Mahalo!Any questions?
      mdhanson@hawaii.edu
      junie@hawaii.edu
      rathgebb@byuh.edu