Clickers in the Classroom
A clicker, or student response system, is a tool for active learning in the classroom through 100% student participation in question-and-answer sessions. The technology is similar to audience response systems used on the television shows "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?" and "America's Funniest Home Videos."
Please use the supplied links in the Getting Started menu to learn more about this effective and simple-to-use instructional tool.
Important Announcement: For fall 2013, NDSU will upgrade to Turning Technologies latest clicker software – TurningPoint 5. Even after this upgrade, students can continue to use the same hardware (i.e., clickers) as they've used in the past. Instructional Services will send out additional information regarding this change.
If you are interested in using Turning Technologies clickers in your classes, please contact Luke Prather or Nancy Lilleberg, and let the NDSU Bookstore know as soon as possible to ensure adequate stock.