AKA Audience response system, Student response system or Learner response system. These are systems that engage students in active learning by having them respond in real time to questions posed by the instructor. Questions can be embedded in presentations or spontaneously asked. This page currently focuses on Web-Enabled Learning Response Systems. Some of the tools on this page I have tried, while others I worked on, but never got to use in class.
Content and Digital Curation
Collecting, maintaining and preserving learning content, especially in the Web 2.0+ environment, is daunting. Luckily there are a number of services that can help both teachers and students. There are many different services, so be careful not to allow curation to become a trap. Pick the ones that best serve your class needs.
Screen and Lecture Capture
A major task in flipping a class is providing students with course instruction outside of class. Screen and lecture capture tools are a great way for instructors to develop asynchronous learning opportunities.