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USING GOOGLE FORMSTO ENGAGE STUDENTSIN LECTURESKaren Marie ØvernGjøvik University College, NOR
Talking points   What is Audience Response Systems   Clickers vs. Web-based polling   Google Forms features   My tests...
Live test   http://bit.ly/ILI2012-test
Google Forms                  Feature in Google                   Drive (Docs)                  Storage in the cloud    ...
Audience Response Systems                 Engaging                 Honest                 Attention                 In...
Clickers vs. Web-based polling   Clickers:       System       Cost   Web-based:       Free/ low cost       Data stor...
My tests (1)   Engineering                   Feedback:    students:                         Fun!                       ...
My tests (2)   Nursing students:            Feedback:   As preparation for               Made it easier for    lecture...
Conclusions   Very conveniant for    larger audiences   Good feedback from    students   Need good wifi                ...
Suggested reading:                  Kay, R. H., & LeSage, A. (2009).                   Examining the benefits and        ...
Thank you!Contact me:   kareno @ hig.no              Twitter: @kmovern
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Slides for my Internet Librarian International 2012 talk about using Google Forms as an audience response system

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Using Google forms to engage students in the IL lecture

  1. 1. USING GOOGLE FORMSTO ENGAGE STUDENTSIN LECTURESKaren Marie ØvernGjøvik University College, NOR
  2. 2. Talking points What is Audience Response Systems Clickers vs. Web-based polling Google Forms features My tests and results
  3. 3. Live test http://bit.ly/ILI2012-test
  4. 4. Google Forms  Feature in Google Drive (Docs)  Storage in the cloud  Real-time results  Export other formats
  5. 5. Audience Response Systems  Engaging  Honest  Attention  Interaction  Active learning  Stimulate discussion  Form over content?
  6. 6. Clickers vs. Web-based polling Clickers:  System  Cost Web-based:  Free/ low cost  Data storage  Access
  7. 7. My tests (1) Engineering  Feedback: students:  Fun!  Great to see the results in real-time. 3 questions x 2  Got a repitition of  Where do you find..? the key concepts,  What is it called..? and I needed it..  Where do you start..?  Too bad I couldn`t access the form!
  8. 8. My tests (2) Nursing students:  Feedback: As preparation for  Made it easier for lecture me to prepare the lecture Questions about:  Students liked being  Using databases consulted  PICO forms  What they found difficult  What they wanted to learn more about
  9. 9. Conclusions Very conveniant for larger audiences Good feedback from students Need good wifi Images: colourbox.com
  10. 10. Suggested reading:  Kay, R. H., & LeSage, A. (2009). Examining the benefits and challenges of using audience response systems: A review of the literature. Co m p ute rs & Ed uc a tio n, 5 3 (3 ), 8 1 9 -8 2 7 .  Vander Meer, P. F., Ring, D. M., & Perez-Stable, M. A. (2007). Engaging the Masses. Co lle g e & Und e rg ra d ua te Libra rie s , 1 4(1 ), 3 9 -5 6 .  Kim, D. (2011). Using Google Forms for Student Engagement and Learning. EDUCA USE Qua rte rly, 3 4(1 ).
  11. 11. Thank you!Contact me: kareno @ hig.no Twitter: @kmovern

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