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Introducing i>clicker and REEF Polling by i>clicker

i>clicker, one of Auburn’s student response system, also has a little-known secret: REEF Polling by i>clicker. REEF Polling is the new and improved i>clickerGO. With this solution, students may use their devices (ie: phone, tablet, laptop) instead of a physical clicker. Giving instructors the ability to offer more choices to students, they can have a mix of both devices and remotes in their i>clicker classroom. REEF Polling will send screen captures of in-class questions to the students’ device, creating a study guide for them to access at any time. REEF Polling is a cheaper alternative to the physical remote, but does require sufficient WiFi in the classroom. This interactive demonstration will show the features and functionality of REEF Polling alongside physical, i>clicker remotes.  BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) to this demonstration if you’d like to join in the fun!

When: Tuesday, February 24 from 10-11am
Where: 246 Foy Hall
RSVP: Amanda.gunnell@macmillan.com
Regrets:  If you cannot make the presentation, Mandy will be happy to meet with you at another time. Just email her with your available times and location.


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