Student or Audience Response Systems (SRS or ARS) (affectionately known as clickers), are small handheld
keypads or software used for polling during your presentation to gather immediate feedback from
students or audience. Aggregate responses are then displayed as a graph on your
UWSP has adopted
as our campus-standard, and supported, ARS. Clickers work interchangably on Mac and Windows platforms.
How can I use clickers?
Engage students for more active learning.
Gauge whether students have read (and understand) what they were assigned.
Anonymous polling on opinion and sensitive topics
Poll once to generate a baseline for what your
students or audience knows/thinks before you introduce a concept. Poll again later to see if their
understanding or opinion has changed.
Associate clickers and polling data to your class roster
Multiple choice and short answer polling
Assign points for correct answers
Generate reports from your clicker data
Other features include demographic comparison
and team slides
Clicker Cases for Check Out
The IT Service Desk
has two large cases of 72 clickers
and a smaller case of 36
that can be checked out for special events such as in-class activities, exam reviews
or even out-or-state conference presentations
. The software is free - and easy to use. We will provide a copy.
Reserving our clicker cases is "first come first served". Please call the IT Service Desk at x4357 to reserve
. Contact CITL
for training, or to simply discuss clickers and their possibilities.
Using Clickers in Your Class?
if you are interesting in using clickers.
UWSP is moving to
TurningPoint Cloud for Spring of 2018. The new system will allow students
to use their phones, tablets or computers to respond to polling without a
physical clicker device. More information will be posted soon. Please
contact Sean Ruppert at email@example.com