clickers or audience response systems

Audience response sytems, also known as clickers, are wireless hand-held devices used to conduct student participation in the classroom, often to credit attendance and measure understanding. Student inputs can be instantly displayed on screen, along with the correct answer choice. This provides both student and instructor with valuable real time feedback.

For more information, please see the Technology Across the Curriculum (TAC) website.The TAC calendar will include any available training opportunities.

PowerPoint can be used with or without the Turning NXT as a pedagogical tool in its own right. Please consult the TAC calendar for training opportunities or access one of the many PowerPoint GEMs developed by TAC.