Clicker resource guide: An instructor’s guide to the effective use of personal response systems (Clickers) in teaching. Prepared by staff of the Colorado University Science Education Initiative and the UBC Carl Wieman Science Education Institute. Available at: Clicker_guide_CWSEI_CU-SEI.
An excellent resource on the pedagogically-driven use of Clickers.
Clickers in the science classroom. Prepared by staff of the Colorado University Science Education Initiative and the UBC Carl Wieman Science Education Institute. Available at:www.cwsei.ubc.ca/resources/SEI_video.html.
Videos of classroom use of Clickers and interviews with instructors and students about the effect of clickers on teaching and learning.
iClicker Polling System. Information & Instructional Technology Services, University of Toronto Scarborough. webapps.utsc.utoronto.ca/ccweb/help-a-training/teaching-resources/iclicker-polling-system
Includes information, additional resources, and several videos of U of T instructors discussing and using clickers.
iClickers: Comments and suggestions for inviting student questions/concerns. University of Guelph Teaching Support Services. Available at: iclicker-CSD.doc
Addresses potential barriers or concerns students with and without disabilities might have about the use of Clickers in the classroom, and strategies for inviting information about and addressing these challenges.
Bruff, D. Teaching with classroom response systems. Available at:derekbruff.com/teachingwithcrs/
A frequently-updated blog with strategies, examples, and resources for the implementation of clickers in a variety of fields and classroom settings.
Bruff, D. (2009). Classroom response system (“clickers”) bibliography. Vanderbilt University Center For Teaching. Available at:www.vanderbilt.edu/cft/resources/teaching_resources/technology/crs_biblio.htm
An extensive bibliography of guidebooks, tip sheets, and research articles on the use of Clickers from universities across the world.