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Try Clickers for a Day

Are you interested in the student response devices known as clickers? CTE has a loaner program. You can borrow a set of radio frequency (RF) clickers and a laptop equipped with the RF receiver which makes any classroom with an LCD projector a clicker classroom.

For more information about classroom response technology, visit, see the November-December 2005 issue of Teaching & Learning News, or contact CTE at


The University of Marylandís Center for Teaching Excellence is an initiative of the Office of the Associate Provost and Dean for Undergraduate Studies.

CTE supports departments, faculty, and graduate students by offering resources and assistance as part of a campus-wide effort to improve teaching and learning.

  Center For Teaching Excellence
University of Maryland
0405 Marie Mount Hall
College Park, MD 20742
(301) 405-9356

Teaching and Learning News
Spencer Benson, Director
Dave Eubanks, Editor

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