Category: interactivity

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Classroom interactivity & Student-owned tech

I’m investigating and evaluating a variety of services which can enhance lectures by allowing students to interact with each other, the lecturer, and beyond while using both institutional and personal technologies. 

Could I ask you to participate in some or all of the activities listed below.  It would be great if you could use a mobile device for this, although a laptop is equally valid.  This will provide you with an idea of what is possible, while giving me some responses and data to work with.

Socrative: http:// http://m.socrative.com  – class number is 768174
Poll Everywhere (device): PollEv.com/rhulbyod
Your feedback on how it felt to participate, how the activities looked and behaved on your device(s) would be appreciated.
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Clickers – updated webpage and case study

Please find updated information on clickers / Audience Response Systems here:
http://www.rhul.ac.uk/registry/educational-development/e-learning/technologies/clickers/clickers-overview.html

A case study of the use of clickers in Psychology lectures has also been published online:
http://www.rhul.ac.uk/registry/educational-development/e-learning/case-studies/case-study-clickers.pdf

Credits
Martin King
David Thurlby
Polly Dalton