Monday, July 9, 2012

Electronic Feedback with Polleverywhere & Library Instruction

On June 29th I presented ideas on clicker or audience response systems, online survey software, and text messaging in the classroom to a group of librarians and library students at the Summer Retreat for Librarians at the University of Chapman in Orange, California.

Here's a better description of the presentation:
Mobile, Instant, & Electronic Feedback to Increase Participation and Learning in the Classroom              
Spencer Jardine, Idaho State University
Asking questions remains one of the fundamental tools in a teacher's tool belt and can increase effectiveness in the library instruction classroom. Using free survey and polling technology, like and Polleverywhere, can guide library instructors to adjust to the needs of each class. Come learn how to enhance student engagement, learning, and satisfaction in library workshops. Understand the strengths of the free software and how to make it work best for you.
The full schedule describes the other presentations and breakout sessions that occurred during the retreat.

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