Dr Christopher Wiley was the invited external speaker at the ‘Clicker Technologies Learning Forum’ held in the Meon Suite of Matthews Building at Southampton Solent University on 19 September 2014.

Dr Wiley’s one-hour workshop, entitled ‘Enhancing Instructional Interactivity through Electronic Voting Systems: Advanced Features and Innovative Pedagogies’, follows similar presentations given earlier in the year at other UK universities including DurhamHull, and Surrey.

The forum, which focussed on the use of TurningPoint Polling Software, was attended by over 30 delegates representing Higher Education institutions across the south of England. Other contributors included Patrice O’Hagan from Turning Technologies, and Dr Chris Barlow from Southampton Solent University.

A tweet from Turning Technologies summarising the day appears below. The full programme may be viewed here: http://portal.solent.ac.uk/events/events-articles/2014/september/clicker-technologies-learning-forum.aspx

Turning Technologies - Southampton Solent - Learning Forum