On Wednesday, September 12 at 2:00 p.m., we invite you to participate in an exciting webinar entitled, Advancing Pedagogy with Clickers in Higher Education presented by Elizabeth Scheyder of the University of Pennsylvania.
As clickers become more and more commonplace in higher education, anyone can use them to poll their class on multiple-choice questions or to simply take attendance. But instructors can go beyond and use these devices for more advanced purposes. This presentation will explore the creative and innovative ways in which clickers have been used to advance pedagogy at an Ivy League university, and will provide specific examples instructors can use in their own classes.
Elizabeth Scheyder is a Senior Instructional Technology Specialist in the School of Arts & Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania, where she supervises a wide variety of projects assisting professors who want to improve their classes with instructional technologies.