Press One for Yes: Using Clickers for Library Instruction and Information Literacy Assessment<br />Margo Hanson, UH-West O...
We&apos;re going to talk about...<br />Background of personal response systems<br />Library instruction applications<br />...
Have you used clickers before?<br />Yes<br />No<br />20<br />
Background of Personal Response Systems (PRS)<br />Audience Response Systems (ARS)<br />Student Response Systems (SRS)<br ...
Background PRS<br />1960’s<br />Commercial polling <br />Business presentations/meetings/trainings<br />Education<br />Li...
Background of PRS<br />
3 Steps:<br />Decide where to got next….<br />
Educational uses<br /><ul><li>Polling
Testing
Surveys
Group response
Anonymity or answer tracking</li></li></ul><li>Clicker Implementation<br />University of Wisconsin system<br />http://www4...
Library Instruction Applications<br />Surveys/Polling<br />Assessment<br />Quizzes<br />Pre- and post-tests<br />Anonymity...
You can find everything in the library online catalog EXCEPT:<br />Books<br />eBooks<br />DVDs <br />Journal articles<br /...
Local Use<br />LCC since 2004<br />Chaminade since 2007<br />UHWO since 2007<br />BYU-H since 2008<br />
Personal Experiences<br />First time user, BYUH Assessment Librarian, Rose Ram, and her experience.<br />
Where is the first place you go for research information?<br />Librarian<br />Professor<br />Library databases<br />Friend...
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Press One for Yes: Using Clickers for Library Instruction and Information Literacy Assessment by Margot Hanson, Junie Hayashi and Becky Rathgeber

2008 Hawaii Library Association Conference at the Grand Wailea, Maui
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Transcripts - Press One for Yes: Using Clickers for Library Instruction and Information Literacy Assessment by Margot Hanson, Junie Hayashi and Becky Rathgeber

  • 1. Press One for Yes: Using Clickers for Library Instruction and Information Literacy Assessment<br />Margo Hanson, UH-West Oahu<br />Junie Hayashi, Leeward CC<br />Becky Rathgeber, BYU-Hawaii <br />Hawaii Library Association Conference<br />Grand Wailea, Maui<br />October 25, 2008<br />
  • 2. We&apos;re going to talk about...<br />Background of personal response systems<br />Library instruction applications<br />Local use<br />Personal experiences<br />Demonstration<br />
  • 3. Have you used clickers before?<br />Yes<br />No<br />20<br />
  • 4. Background of Personal Response Systems (PRS)<br />Audience Response Systems (ARS)<br />Student Response Systems (SRS)<br />Personal Response Systems (PRS)<br />Classroom Performance Systems (CPS)<br />Interactive audience response systems (ISRS)<br />Wireless Response Systems (WRS)<br />Audience-paced Feedback Systems (APS)<br />and the list continues...... <br />
  • 5. Background PRS<br />1960’s<br />Commercial polling <br />Business presentations/meetings/trainings<br />Education<br />Libraries!<br />Future: mobile devices<br />
  • 6. Background of PRS<br />
  • 7. 3 Steps:<br />Decide where to got next….<br />
  • 8. Educational uses<br /><ul><li>Polling
  • 9. Testing
  • 10. Surveys
  • 11. Group response
  • 12. Anonymity or answer tracking</li></li></ul><li>Clicker Implementation<br />University of Wisconsin system<br />http://www4.uwm.edu/ltc/srs/<br />Brigham Young University<br />University of Colorado at Boulder<br />Texas A&M University<br />University of Illinois at Chicago<br />
  • 13. Library Instruction Applications<br />Surveys/Polling<br />Assessment<br />Quizzes<br />Pre- and post-tests<br />Anonymity or answer tracking<br />
  • 14. You can find everything in the library online catalog EXCEPT:<br />Books<br />eBooks<br />DVDs <br />Journal articles<br />Reserve materials<br />0 of 30<br />
  • 15. Local Use<br />LCC since 2004<br />Chaminade since 2007<br />UHWO since 2007<br />BYU-H since 2008<br />
  • 16. Personal Experiences<br />First time user, BYUH Assessment Librarian, Rose Ram, and her experience.<br />
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  • 25. Where is the first place you go for research information?<br />Librarian<br />Professor<br />Library databases<br />Friends, family, coworkers<br />Internet (Google, Yahoo, etc.)<br />Answer Now<br />
  • 26. Sample Question Report<br />
  • 27. Sample Chart<br />
  • 28. Mahalo!Any questions?<br />mdhanson@hawaii.edu<br />junie@hawaii.edu<br />rathgebb@byuh.edu<br />