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Information Technology Services Clicker Replacement Pilot D ave Test & Becky Carolus , Teaching & Learning with Technology. Clicker Adoption at Penn State. 2004 IR Response System Piloted Unsuccessfully 2006 RF Systems Piloted Successfully

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Information Technology ServicesClicker Replacement PilotDave Test & Becky Carolus, Teaching & Learning with Technology

clicker adoption at penn state
Clicker Adoption at Penn State
  • 2004 IR Response System Piloted Unsuccessfully
  • 2006 RF Systems Piloted Successfully
  • 2007 Interwrite PRS RF Adopted for Standardization

Penn State Altoona, Berks, Brandywine, Erie, Fayette, Harrisburg, University Park, Worthington Scranton, & York

  • 2010 (Fall) Required Software Update Unstable
  • 2010 (Fall) System Abandoned (Negotiated return of more than 10,500 student units in use Penn State-wide)
spring 2011 clicker pilot
Spring 2011 Clicker Pilot
  • Identified Suitable Replacement Products
  • Indentified Systems Used at CIC (Big 10) & CCUMC (Consortium of College & University Media Center) Institutions
  • Benchmark Visits to Cornell, Univ. of Delaware, & Univ. of Maryland (class sizes similar to Penn State)
  • Invitation to Participate to Current Clicker Instructors
  • Arranged for Loaner/Rental Clickers for Students for Spring 2011 Semester (no cost to students)
adoption criteria
Adoption Criteria
  • Ease of use
  • Stability
  • Instructor & Student Survey Data
  • ITS Support Experiences
  • LMS Integration
  • Vendor Support
  • Reporting Capabilities
replacement candidates
Replacement Candidates

i>clicker TurningPoint

Anywhere

i clicker
i>Clicker
  • Created by Faculty (Univ. of Illinois) for Faculty
  • Focuses on Simplicity and Ease of Use
  • Best LMS Integration in Industry
  • Instructor Clicker to Control From Anywhere in Room
  • Supports 2,000 clickers per session
  • More than 500,000 in use in North America
turning point anywhere
Turning Point Anywhere
  • Compact Clicker Size
  • Enhanced Reporting Capabilities
  • 81 Channels (easier large-scale deployment)
  • 1,000 Clickers per receiver supported (up to 4 receivers per room)
  • World’s Largest Clicker Vendor
system commonalities
System Commonalities
  • ADA Compliant (Hardware & Software)
  • FERPA Compliant Service
  • Extends Polling to Any Software Application (Not MS PowerPoint dependent)
  • Reduced Cost to Student Over Previous System ($35-$40)
  • Works with MAC and Windows
  • Instructor Hardware & Software at no Cost to Penn State
pilot participants
Pilot Participants
  • 21 Instructors (17 @ UP / 4 @ Campuses)

(Altoona, Brandywine, Berks, Lehigh Valley)

  • 23 Course Sections @ UP / 4 @ Campuses
  • 4,611 Course Limits @ UP / [email protected] Campuses
  • Mac
    • i>clicker – 5 Instructors 630 course limits
    • Turning – 3 Instructors – 550 course limits
  • Windows
  • i>clicker – 4 Instructors 1,613 course limits
  • Turning – 5 Instructors, 1,818 course limits
timeline completed
Timeline - Completed
  • December 2010

– Benchmarking Visits Completed

– Invitations to Participate Sent

– Instructors Identified & Notified

  • December 2010/January 2011

– Instructor Training Sessions

– Clickers Distributed

timeline
Timeline
  • March 2011/April 2011

– In-Class Student Assessment using clickers

– Online Instructor Assessment

– Report and Recommendation for New Standard

  • May 2011

– Roll out for FTCAP

  • June-Aug 2011

– Rollout for Fall Semester

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Resources

  • Spring 2011 Clicker Pilot Blog

– http://blogs.tlt.psu.edu/projects/clickers

– Support resources for instructors & students

– Pedagogical resources compiled by Brian Young, Instructional Designer at ETS

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