Centre for Teaching and Learning

Centre for Teaching and Learning
Centre for Teaching and Learning

Student Response Systems (SRS)

A Student Response System can be a great tool to engage students in the classroom and/or elicit feedback to determine whether students are understanding complex topics. However, if you’ve never used them before, it can be a little daunting. Below is a list of Student Response Systems – some with actual handheld devices called clickers and some that students can use from their laptops and/or handheld devices.

On Campus

A variety of student response system are used at Queen’s University.

The five student response systems most commonly used are:

  • TurningPoint Response Card/Clicker
  • iClicker
  • Learning Catalytics
  • Top Hat
  • Poll Everywhere
  Technology Currently Used By  (*Faculty Account) Free Version Presentation Tool Integration with  onQ Faculty & Student Support Contacts @ Queen's

Turning Point

Turning Point Logo

Clickers/Web/App Clickers Available for loan @CTL Queen’s No PowerPoint Possible TurningPoint Support CTL:
Selina Idlas

iClickers

iCLickers logoiClickers text from logo
 

Clickers/Web/App Individual Faculty Members No PowerPoint, Keynote, Prezi, videos Possible

iClicker Support

iClicker Student Support

None

Learning Catalytics

Learning Catalytics Logo
 

Web-based/App

Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science*

PSYC100

Physics

No PowerPoint Yes- Pearson Integration

LC Support

LC Student Support

Eng Teaching & Learning:
Simon Bailey
Psyc:
Cheryl Hamilton
Physics:
James Fraser

TopHat

Top Hat Logo
 

Web-based/App Individual Faculty Members in SKHS No PowerPoint Possible

TH Support

TH Student Support

None

Poll Everywhere

Poll Eerywhere logo
 

Web-based/App Faculty of Law* Free up to 40 students PowerPoint, Keynote, Google Slides No

PE Support

PE Student Support

IT Support:
Mike Brean

Instructor Support: Katherine Prescott