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It's how you play the game
Cara Barker & Elizabeth Marcus
Western Carolina University
utilizing an online quiz tool to enh...
What is Kahoot?
Project Origin
Repository
Assessment
Lessons Learned
Why
Kahoot?
Web-based
Free
Flexible
Quizzes
Surveys
Discussions
Quizzes
Surveys
Discussions
Creator: 
create.kahoot.it
Create 
Review
Public Items
Participate
Feedback
User:
kahoot.it
Quiz
Options
2-4 responses per question
Multiple correct answers
Create a survey inside a quiz
Control each question
Add images and video
Add images and video
More
reasons to
like Kahoot!
Low learning curve
Interactive 
Competitive 
Utilize their phones
Project
Origin
WCU RIS
Lower-level
courses
Lower-level
courses
Training Ice Breaker
Pre-AssessmentFormative
Assessment
Elizabeth Cara
Repository
ENGL 101/202
RIS Learning Outcomes
ENGL 101/202
RIS Learning Outcomes
Scholarly vs. Popular
Primary vs. Secondary
Credibility
Throw it and see what sticks
Don't reinvent the wheel
Creating Quizzes
Scholarly vs. Popular
Primary vs. Secondary
Credibility
Yes/No
Multiple Choice
Variations on a theme
Scholarly vs. Popular
Primary vs. Secondary
Credibility
Multiple ChoiceYes/No
Scholarly vs. Popular
An article
in the New
York Times
Which of these is
an example of a
scholarly s...
Variations
Primary vs. Secondary
Humanities
vs.
Sciences
Assessment
Current Program
Muddiest point survey
Revisit learning outcomes
"Recent Results"
Download results
Excel or Google Drive
Overview
Question Summary
Adding Kahoot
Assessment
Question by question results
Trends and patterns
Question Summary
Adding Kahoot
Assessment
Revisit question wording
Discuss our approaches to instruction
Lessons Learned
Lessons Learned
Higher order thinking is
not your friend
Lessons Learned
Use the quiz structure to
guide you
Lessons Learned
Be prepared to shoulder
the load
Going Forward
New quiz options
Adding topics
Going Forward
Preventing muddled
assessment results
Thank You!
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It’s how you play the game: utilizing an online quiz tool to enhance and assess your library’s instruction program​

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It’s how you play the game: utilizing an online quiz tool to enhance and assess your library’s instruction program​

  1. 1. It's how you play the game Cara Barker & Elizabeth Marcus Western Carolina University utilizing an online quiz tool to enhance and assess your library’s instruction program
  2. 2. What is Kahoot? Project Origin Repository Assessment Lessons Learned
  3. 3. Why Kahoot?
  4. 4. Web-based Free Flexible
  5. 5. Quizzes Surveys Discussions
  6. 6. Quizzes Surveys Discussions
  7. 7. Creator:  create.kahoot.it Create  Review Public Items Participate Feedback User: kahoot.it
  8. 8. Quiz Options
  9. 9. 2-4 responses per question
  10. 10. Multiple correct answers
  11. 11. Create a survey inside a quiz
  12. 12. Control each question
  13. 13. Add images and video
  14. 14. Add images and video
  15. 15. More reasons to like Kahoot! Low learning curve Interactive  Competitive  Utilize their phones
  16. 16. Project Origin
  17. 17. WCU RIS
  18. 18. Lower-level courses Lower-level courses Training Ice Breaker Pre-AssessmentFormative Assessment Elizabeth Cara
  19. 19. Repository
  20. 20. ENGL 101/202 RIS Learning Outcomes
  21. 21. ENGL 101/202 RIS Learning Outcomes Scholarly vs. Popular Primary vs. Secondary Credibility
  22. 22. Throw it and see what sticks Don't reinvent the wheel Creating Quizzes
  23. 23. Scholarly vs. Popular Primary vs. Secondary Credibility
  24. 24. Yes/No Multiple Choice Variations on a theme Scholarly vs. Popular Primary vs. Secondary Credibility
  25. 25. Multiple ChoiceYes/No Scholarly vs. Popular An article in the New York Times Which of these is an example of a scholarly source?
  26. 26. Variations Primary vs. Secondary Humanities vs. Sciences
  27. 27. Assessment
  28. 28. Current Program Muddiest point survey Revisit learning outcomes
  29. 29. "Recent Results"
  30. 30. Download results Excel or Google Drive
  31. 31. Overview
  32. 32. Question Summary
  33. 33. Adding Kahoot Assessment Question by question results Trends and patterns
  34. 34. Question Summary
  35. 35. Adding Kahoot Assessment Revisit question wording Discuss our approaches to instruction
  36. 36. Lessons Learned
  37. 37. Lessons Learned Higher order thinking is not your friend
  38. 38. Lessons Learned Use the quiz structure to guide you
  39. 39. Lessons Learned Be prepared to shoulder the load
  40. 40. Going Forward New quiz options Adding topics
  41. 41. Going Forward Preventing muddled assessment results
  42. 42. Thank You!

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