Slides for my Internet Librarian International 2012 talk about using Google Forms as an audience response system
1. USING GOOGLE FORMSTO ENGAGE STUDENTSIN LECTURESKaren Marie vernGjvik University College, NOR
2. Talking points What is Audience Response Systems Clickers vs. Web-based polling Google Forms features My tests and results
3. Live test http://bit.ly/ILI2012-test
4. Google Forms Feature in Google Drive (Docs) Storage in the cloud Real-time results Export other formats
5. Audience Response Systems Engaging Honest Attention Interaction Active learning Stimulate discussion Form over content?
6. Clickers vs. Web-based polling Clickers: System Cost Web-based: Free/ low cost Data storage Access
7. My tests (1) Engineering Feedback: students: Fun! Great to see the results in real-time. 3 questions x 2 Got a repitition of Where do you find..? the key concepts, What is it called..? and I needed it.. Where do you start..? Too bad I couldn`t access the form!
8. My tests (2) Nursing students: Feedback: As preparation for Made it easier for lecture me to prepare the lecture Questions about: Students liked being Using databases consulted PICO forms What they found difficult What they wanted to learn more about
9. Conclusions Very conveniant for larger audiences Good feedback from students Need good wifi Images: colourbox.com
10. Suggested reading: Kay, R. H., & LeSage, A. (2009). Examining the benefits and challenges of using audience response systems: A review of the literature. Co m p ute rs & Ed uc a tio n, 5 3 (3 ), 8 1 9 -8 2 7 . Vander Meer, P. F., Ring, D. M., & Perez-Stable, M. A. (2007). Engaging the Masses. Co lle g e & Und e rg ra d ua te Libra rie s , 1 4(1 ), 3 9 -5 6 . Kim, D. (2011). Using Google Forms for Student Engagement and Learning. EDUCA USE Qua rte rly, 3 4(1 ).