Resources & Help


Academic Resources

Syllabus example statements clickers [.doc]
Important information and sample paragraphs that can be used for course outlines.

D. Bruff (2008). Classroom Response System ("Clickers") Bibliography, Vanderbilt Center for Teaching.

M. K. Smith, W. B. Wood, W. K. Adams, C. Wieman, J. K. Knight, N. Guild, and T. T. Su. (Jan 2009). Why Peer Discussion Improves Student Performance on In-Class Concept Questions. Science 2, 323. pp.122-124.

Software

TurningPoint software is required for using the Student Response System (Clickers) and is free for all McGill Faculty and Staff. Download software from McGill's Software Licensing website.

Workshops & Consultations

Workshops
Teaching and Learning Services (TLS) offer workshops on how to enhance student engagement using the student response system (clickers). For workshop descriptions, go to IT Knowledge Base.

Consultations
One on one consultations can also be arranged for individuals or small groups of instructors. To make arrangements for clicker consultations, please fill in the online form.

Documentation in the IT Knowledge Base

Student Response System (Clickers) for Instructors

Student Response System (Clickers) for Students

Help

Email support
Send an email to it.support [at] mcgill.ca (IT Service Desk).

Phone support
Call 514-398-3398 to get in touch with a IT Service Desk consultant during office hours.

 


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