Here is a short list of resources from other institutions or organizations:

  • Clicker Resources: a large collection of helpful articles and videos on using clickers, clicker question collections, from the Carl Weiman Science Education Initiative
  • Principles for Constructing Good Clicker Questions: from the Journal of Educational Technology Systems, by Robin Sullivan of State University of New York at Buffalo
  • Clicker Questions: a non-exhaustive list of clicker question types (with sample questions) that instructors across disciplines can use to achieve their student learning objectives, from the Teaching Center at Washington University in St. Louis
  • Writing Effective Clicker Questions: answers to frequently asked questions from the Instructional Services Helpdesk at University of Iowa
  • Writing Good Multiple-Choice Questions: guidelines and considerations for writing effective multiple-choice questions from the Center for Teaching at Vanderbilt University