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Jamie Nelson (CITES)
428 Armory Bldg
Free, but registration required.
CITES and Center for Teaching Excellence
The i>clicker, invented here at the University of Illinois, is a student response system developed to increase student engagement, promote discussion, provide feedback, and improve learning in class. Over 200 faculty in a variety of disciplines on our campus have adopted this teaching/learning tool. In this workshop we will discuss best practices, types of i>clicker questions, and how to get started using i>clicker in your course.