Classroom Response Systems (“Clickers”) are handheld devices that can be used to solicit student feedback and encourage further discussion in the class. The CLL has a teaching set of iclickers that instructors may
borrow to see if this technology would be useful in their classes.
- Gill, Babir. "How to teach using classroom clickers." University Affairs. June-July 2009.
- Bruff, Derek. Classroom Response System Web Site with extensive and up-to-date bibliography
- Caldwell, Jane. Clickers in the large classroom: Current research and best-practice tips. Life Sciences Education
- Crouch, Catherine H & Mazur, Eric, Peer Instruction: Ten Years of Experience and Results, American Journal of Physics (2001).
- Silverthorn, Dee (University of Texas-Austin) Classroom Performance System Web Page
- University of Colorado Science Education Initiative & University of British Columbia Carl Wieman Science Education Initiative. (2009). Clicker resource guide: An instructor's guide to the effective use of personal response systems (clickers) in teaching.
- Zhu, Erping. Teaching with Clickers. Center for Research on Learning and Teaching Occasional Papers, University of Michigan.