[teknoids] Distribution of clickers

Earl Daniels EarlDaniels at gsu.edu
Thu Oct 13 07:52:45 EDT 2011

At Georgia State, there are three different sized "clicker packs" at the
Library Circulation desk that the professors can check out. The
TurningPoint software is already loaded on all the classroom PCs. To
date, we've not had a conflict in too many classes needing them at once.

One big advantage is that we also use them regularly for faculty meeting
decision-making processes.

- Earl

Earl A. Daniels
Database Administrator and Applications Developer
Georgia State University College of Law
EarlDaniels at gsu.edu | 404-413-9110
Urban Life Building, Room 636
140 Decatur Street, Atlanta, Georgia 30303

On Wed, 2011-10-12 at 15:54 -0400, Larry Ross wrote:
> Teknoids,
> There was some discussion a while a back about the use of clickers
> (classroom response systems).  For one of our larger classes, we are
> looking for a way to put one into each student's hands for an entire
> semester.  I'm interested in hearing how other schools have approached
> this, either by requiring students to purchase clickers or by some
> other means, and how well you think it worked.
> Thanks,
> Larry
> *****************
> Lawrence Ross
> Head of Instructional and Media Services
> Jacob Burns Law Library
> George Washington University Law School
> 716 20th Street NW
> Washington, DC 20052
> 202-994-0037
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