The student response system included in LectureTools is a powerful, web-based alternative to traditional clickers. Make your presentations more interactive with a system that:
On-screen instructions make it simple to create activity slides and add them to your presentation.
LectureTools makes it easy to promote critical thinking in students with several question types. Keep things simple with traditional multiple choice, or ask students for more open-ended responses.
Pose multiple choice or true/false questions with ease. Select a correct answer to grade the question for correctness, or present the question as an opinion poll.
Provide a list of items for students to rank or order. Quiz students on the ability to correctly sequence chronological events or reveal a weighted visualization of student votes.
Ask students to defend or explain their thought process. Write questions ranging from one-word answers to a detailed response: student responses are not bounded by a character limit.
Have students analyze graphical and spatial concepts. Upload an image and your students will submit their response by clicking on a corresponding location of the image.
While students respond to in-class activities, LectureTools allows you to preview students' responses. With a single click, display the activity results for the whole class to see.
Using the Presentation Dashboard, see how many students have completed the activity and what percentage of responses are correct.
Once students have had sufficient time to respond, show the results and a results slide will be added to your slide deck automatically.
Show the results of either a multiple choice or ordered list activity to assess comprehension or gauge opinions quickly.
Free response or image quiz results slides hone in on individual responses, allowing for discussion as you see fit.
LectureTools runs on any internet-enabled device without installation. Students need only an internet connection and a web browser to access LectureTools' full functionality. Additionally, students can use their cellphones to submit responses via text message to interactive activities.