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Student Response Systems
A Student Response System (SRS) is a wireless response system that allows faculty to
request information and for students to respond by using a "clicker" or hand-held
response pad to send his or her information to a receiver. When presented with a
question, the student presses a button on a hand-held response pad or clicker, which
sends either an infrared or radio signal to a receiver attached to a computer. The
computer records and/or displays the response per the instructor's preference.
[Definition from University of Wisconsin]
- learn how to use SRS to make your teaching more dynamic and interactive
If you are interested in the above service, please contact:
Janice Florent is the Technology Coordinator for the Center for the Advancement of Teaching. She provides hardware and software support to CAT as well as Blackboard training to faculty. She has worked in a computer support capacity for more than 30 years.
Available: year round.
Contact information: Book a one-to-one appointment, send a message or call campus ext. 7418
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