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TurningPoint/Clickers Rep Visiting Campus (2/4 & 2/5)

TurningPoint, PowerPoint Polling, Anywhere Polling, Self-Paced Testing

Learning Ventures’ new TurningPoint (Clickers) Representative, Tom Sheridan, will be spending a full day on campus on Tuesday, February 4, in order to get acclimated with to the department and processes regarding Clickers in the classroom. Tom will be setting aside time that day to visit offices and to answer questions for existing and/or prospective faculty pertaining to the use of Clickers. If faculty cannot meet on Tuesday due to class schedules, meetings, etc., Tom has agreed that he can meet with those faculty by appointment on Wednesday, February 5.  If you are interested in learning more and would like to reserve time to speak with Tom, please contact Tom Sheridan directly at tsheridan@turningtechnologies.com or email Todd Rains in Learning Ventures at Todd.Rains@utoledo.edu.

“Clickers”–Teaching & Learning with Response Devices

Are you currently using Turning Technologies response devices (or “clickers”)? Are you interested in using clickers in your online, face-to-face, or blended course but want more information about the technology and its capabilities? Then we have great news…

Turning Technologies has an intern right here at the University of Toledo to answer all your questions, solve your problems, and help you use clickers to help promote responsive, active learning in all your courses. Matt Misener is a graduate student in the Judith Herb College of Education and works directly with Turning Technologies to assist you with your existing clicker assisted courses or to help you turn a course into a clicker-assisted course.

Located in the Memorial Field House office 3060A, Matt is available to assist you Mondays and Wednesdays from 8:30 am until 5:00 pm and Fridays from 8:30 am until 12:30 pm. Stop in, call 419-530-2149, or email mmisene@rockets.utoledo.edu for immediate assistance.  If you would like to discuss clickers and their use, we will conduct seminars throughout the academic year and will have a discussion board available on the LV Epsilen group site (http://www.epsilen.com/grp/UTLearningVenturesGroup).