Technical support for faculty will be provided by the Turning Technologies Campus Intern. Their office is located on the east side of the first floor of Meyer Library, in the hallway behind the Bear CLAW. The phone number is (417) 836-3276. You may also contact them by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are many training resourses available for faculty interested in using the Turning Technologies NXT and QT system. Formal training sessions are available through My Learning Connection. Instructions for using My Learning Connection are available here.
In addition, one-on-one training is available through the Turning Technologies Campus Intern on an appointment basis. You may contact them by email at email@example.com or by calling the intern desk at 417-836-3276.
Faculty should download and install the software to their office computers prior to meeting for training. Software will be installed in the classroom indicated on the Clicker Adoption Form prior to the beginning of the semester.
Current versions (188.8.131.52) can be downloaded from the Turning TechnologiesDownloads website.
Turning Technologies provides a solution for visually-impaired students. ResponseCard RF-Accessibility is a radio frequency keypad designed for the visually impaired. The keypad contains all the features and functionality of ResponseCard RF, but with Braille characters adjacent to the corresponding buttons. In addition, ResponseCard RF-Accessibility includes a vibration motor that pulses when various actions occur.
Orientation bump on 5/E key
Vibrates to confirm responses
Works seamlessly with other standard ResponseCards
The ResponseCard RF-Accessibility does not support self-paced testing. Students interested in ResponseCard RF-Accessibility should fill out and submit a Request for Accommodation to the Disability Resource Center. For more information about accessibility, please visit the following:
Faculty should be aware that user information imported from and exported to Blackboard as part of the clicker system consists of confidential information that must be protected per University policy. Below are links to Missouri State University's Information Security policies regarding information classification and storage. For questions related to information security, please contact Information Security.
FCTL manages the channel assignments. Visit their Channel Assignments page to see a list of room numbers and channels. All rooms have the channels posted near the front for student and faculty convenience.