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Web Resources

Here are some helpful websites regarding choosing, implementing, and using a Classroom Response System.

The Science Education Initiative at the University of Colorado and the Carl Wieman Science Education Initiative at the University of British Columbia have created

Turning Point Social Learning Community. This site allows instructors and other users to share ideas and best practices.

http://www.theactiveclass.com. This is i>clicker's multi-author blog that provides a forum for exchanging ideas.

Vanderbilt University's Center for Teaching and Learning has an extensive set of resources about and demonstrations of the use of clickers.

EduCause, a nonprofit association advancing higher education technology, offers research and reports about classroom response systems.

Classroom Clickers is a website comparing classroom response systems and school adoption procedures. Case studies from different institutions are documented.

Florida State University's Center for Teaching and Learning has online resources for using clickers and best practice strategies.

Poll Everywhere is a web- and cell-phone based Classroom Response System.

The University of Wisconsin System clicker project and Learning Technology Development Council document what four UW system campuses learned while adopting clickers.

UCLA has documented their adoption of clickers.


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