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Website (permuted) index of page titles

By Steve Draper,   Department of Psychology,   University of Glasgow.

This page lists the titles of all pages in the "ilig" website on interative lectures and electronic voting systems (EVS); and gives a permuted indext of the words on those titles.

Index of web page title

  • A video of using voting equipment in class
  • Ad hoc bibliography on EVS
  • Authoring new outlets for video
  • Bookings for lecture theatre handset use
  • Change of comment on RxShow
  • Compilation of some interactive lecture web pages
  • Compilation of some interactive lecture web pages
  • Compilation of web pages for PRS video 1
  • Designing a contingent question set
  • Designing and managing a teaching session
  • Designing teaching sequences with questions
  • Designing whole sessions around EVS
  • EVS technologies, alternatives, vendors
  • Electronic Voting Systems and interactive lectures
  • Electronically enhanced classroom interaction
  • Feedback on the video of handset use
  • Feedback to students
  • Gregor Kennedy
  • Increasing interactivity in lectures using an electronic voting system
  • Increasing interactivity using a voting system
  • Interactive Lectures
  • Interactive lectures interest group
  • Interactive teaching
  • Introducing the EVS to a new audience
  • Kinds of evidence about the effectiveness of EVS
  • Length and number of questions
  • Main EVS question types
  • Newsletter ad
  • Other common questions
  • Page for Glasgow Caledonian EVS users
  • Past uses of lecture theatre handsets
  • Pedagogical formats for using questions and voting
  • Peer instruction
  • People receiving copies of video
  • Presenting a question
  • Question banks available on the web
  • Question formats
  • Rationale for video
  • Second Newsletter ad
  • Some pictures of PRS in action
  • Some tactics when using EVS questions
  • Some technical details on PRS
  • Summary of pedagogic purposes for EVS
  • Support for startup uses of electronic voting in lectures
  • THES letter on interactive lectures
  • Terms for EVS
  • Transforming lectures to improve learning
  • Turning Point equipment
  • UK handset users and sites
  • Use of PRS handsets at Glasgow University
  • Using EVS at Glasgow University
  • Using EVS for interactive lectures
  • Using an electronic voting system in logic lectures
  • Video Programme notes
  • Video streaming testbed and tech. notes
  • Web references on Handsets and teaching with them
  • Website (permuted) index of page titles
  • Website by links
  • Website table of contents (list of pages)
  • Week 17 plan
  • Why use EVS? the short answer
  • Workshop on handset equipment

    Permuted index of web page title words

  • about the effectiveness of EVS, Kinds of evidence
  • action, Some pictures of PRS in
  • Ad hoc bibliography on EVS
  • ad, Newsletter
  • ad, Second Newsletter
  • alternatives, vendors, EVS technologies
  • an electronic voting system in logic lectures, Using
  • an electronic voting system, Increasing interactivity in lectures using
  • answer, Why use EVS? the short
  • around EVS, Designing whole sessions
  • audience, Introducing the EVS to a new
  • Authoring new outlets for video
  • available on the web, Question banks

  • banks available on the web, Question
  • bibliography on EVS, Ad hoc
  • Bookings for lecture theatre handset use
  • by links, Website

  • Caledonian EVS users, Page for Glasgow
  • Change of comment on RxShow
  • class, A video of using voting equipment in
  • classroom interaction, Electronically enhanced
  • comment on RxShow, Change of
  • common questions, Other
  • Compilation of some interactive lecture web pages
  • Compilation of some interactive lecture web pages
  • Compilation of web pages for PRS video 1
  • contents (list of pages), Website table of
  • contingent question set, Designing a
  • copies of video, People receiving

  • Designing a contingent question set
  • Designing and managing a teaching session
  • Designing teaching sequences with questions
  • Designing whole sessions around EVS
  • details on PRS, Some technical

  • effectiveness of EVS, Kinds of evidence about the
  • electronic voting in lectures, Support for startup uses of
  • electronic voting system in logic lectures, Using an
  • electronic voting system, Increasing interactivity in lectures using an
  • Electronic Voting Systems and interactive lectures
  • Electronically enhanced classroom interaction
  • enhanced classroom interaction, Electronically
  • equipment in class, A video of using voting
  • equipment, Turning Point
  • equipment, Workshop on handset
  • evidence about the effectiveness of EVS, Kinds of
  • EVS at Glasgow University, Using
  • EVS for interactive lectures, Using
  • EVS question types, Main
  • EVS questions, Some tactics when using
  • EVS technologies, alternatives, vendors
  • EVS to a new audience, Introducing the
  • EVS users, Page for Glasgow Caledonian
  • EVS, Ad hoc bibliography on
  • EVS, Designing whole sessions around
  • EVS, Kinds of evidence about the effectiveness of
  • EVS, Summary of pedagogic purposes for
  • EVS, Terms for
  • EVS? the short answer, Why use

  • Feedback on the video of handset use
  • Feedback to students
  • formats for using questions and voting, Pedagogical
  • formats, Question

  • Glasgow Caledonian EVS users, Page for
  • Glasgow University, Use of PRS handsets at
  • Glasgow University, Using EVS at
  • Gregor Kennedy
  • group, Interactive lectures interest

  • handset equipment, Workshop on
  • handset use, Bookings for lecture theatre
  • handset use, Feedback on the video of
  • handset users and sites, UK
  • Handsets and teaching with them, Web references on
  • handsets at Glasgow University, Use of PRS
  • handsets, Past uses of lecture theatre
  • hoc bibliography on EVS, Ad

  • improve learning, Transforming lectures to
  • Increasing interactivity in lectures using an electronic voting system
  • Increasing interactivity using a voting system
  • index of page titles, Website (permuted
  • instruction, Peer
  • interaction, Electronically enhanced classroom
  • interactive lecture web pages, Compilation of some
  • interactive lecture web pages, Compilation of some
  • Interactive Lectures
  • Interactive lectures interest group
  • interactive lectures, Electronic Voting Systems and
  • interactive lectures, THES letter on
  • interactive lectures, Using EVS for
  • Interactive teaching
  • interactivity in lectures using an electronic voting system, Increasing
  • interactivity using a voting system, Increasing
  • interest group, Interactive lectures
  • Introducing the EVS to a new audience

  • Kennedy, Gregor
  • Kinds of evidence about the effectiveness of EVS

  • learning, Transforming lectures to improve
  • lecture theatre handset use, Bookings for
  • lecture theatre handsets, Past uses of
  • lecture web pages, Compilation of some interactive
  • lecture web pages, Compilation of some interactive
  • lectures interest group, Interactive
  • lectures to improve learning, Transforming
  • lectures using an electronic voting system, Increasing interactivity in
  • lectures, Electronic Voting Systems and interactive
  • Lectures, Interactive
  • lectures, Support for startup uses of electronic voting in
  • lectures, THES letter on interactive
  • lectures, Using an electronic voting system in logic
  • lectures, Using EVS for interactive
  • Length and number of questions
  • letter on interactive lectures, THES
  • links, Website by
  • logic lectures, Using an electronic voting system in

  • Main EVS question types
  • managing a teaching session, Designing and

  • new audience, Introducing the EVS to a
  • new outlets for video, Authoring
  • Newsletter ad
  • Newsletter ad, Second
  • notes, Video Programme
  • notes, Video streaming testbed and tech
  • number of questions, Length and

  • Other common questions
  • outlets for video, Authoring new

  • Page for Glasgow Caledonian EVS users
  • page titles, Website (permuted) index of
  • pages for PRS video 1, Compilation of web
  • pages), Website table of contents (list of
  • pages, Compilation of some interactive lecture web
  • pages, Compilation of some interactive lecture web
  • Past uses of lecture theatre handsets
  • pedagogic purposes for EVS, Summary of
  • Pedagogical formats for using questions and voting
  • Peer instruction
  • People receiving copies of video
  • pictures of PRS in action, Some
  • plan, Week 17
  • Point equipment, Turning
  • Presenting a question
  • Programme notes, Video
  • PRS handsets at Glasgow University, Use of
  • PRS in action, Some pictures of
  • PRS video 1, Compilation of web pages for
  • PRS, Some technical details on
  • purposes for EVS, Summary of pedagogic

  • Question banks available on the web
  • Question formats
  • question set, Designing a contingent
  • question types, Main EVS
  • question, Presenting a
  • questions and voting, Pedagogical formats for using
  • questions, Designing teaching sequences with
  • questions, Length and number of
  • questions, Other common
  • questions, Some tactics when using EVS

  • Rationale for video
  • receiving copies of video, People
  • references on Handsets and teaching with them, Web
  • RxShow, Change of comment on

  • Second Newsletter ad
  • sequences with questions, Designing teaching
  • session, Designing and managing a teaching
  • sessions around EVS, Designing whole
  • set, Designing a contingent question
  • short answer, Why use EVS? the
  • sites, UK handset users and
  • some interactive lecture web pages, Compilation of
  • some interactive lecture web pages, Compilation of
  • Some pictures of PRS in action
  • Some tactics when using EVS questions
  • Some technical details on PRS
  • startup uses of electronic voting in lectures, Support for
  • streaming testbed and tech. notes, Video
  • students, Feedback to
  • Summary of pedagogic purposes for EVS
  • Support for startup uses of electronic voting in lectures
  • system in logic lectures, Using an electronic voting
  • system, Increasing interactivity in lectures using an electronic voting
  • system, Increasing interactivity using a voting
  • Systems and interactive lectures, Electronic Voting

  • table of contents (list of pages), Website
  • tactics when using EVS questions, Some
  • teaching sequences with questions, Designing
  • teaching session, Designing and managing a
  • teaching with them, Web references on Handsets and
  • teaching, Interactive
  • tech. notes, Video streaming testbed and
  • technical details on PRS, Some
  • technologies, alternatives, vendors, EVS
  • Terms for EVS
  • testbed and tech. notes, Video streaming
  • theatre handset use, Bookings for lecture
  • theatre handsets, Past uses of lecture
  • them, Web references on Handsets and teaching with
  • THES letter on interactive lectures
  • titles, Website (permuted) index of page
  • Transforming lectures to improve learning
  • Turning Point equipment
  • types, Main EVS question

  • UK handset users and sites
  • University, Use of PRS handsets at Glasgow
  • University, Using EVS at Glasgow
  • use EVS? the short answer, Why
  • Use of PRS handsets at Glasgow University
  • use, Bookings for lecture theatre handset
  • use, Feedback on the video of handset
  • users and sites, UK handset
  • users, Page for Glasgow Caledonian EVS
  • uses of electronic voting in lectures, Support for startup
  • uses of lecture theatre handsets, Past
  • using a voting system, Increasing interactivity
  • Using an electronic voting system in logic lectures
  • using an electronic voting system, Increasing interactivity in lectures
  • Using EVS at Glasgow University
  • Using EVS for interactive lectures
  • using EVS questions, Some tactics when
  • using questions and voting, Pedagogical formats for
  • using voting equipment in class, A video of

  • vendors, EVS technologies, alternatives
  • video 1, Compilation of web pages for PRS
  • video of handset use, Feedback on the
  • video of using voting equipment in class, A
  • Video Programme notes
  • Video streaming testbed and tech. notes
  • video, Authoring new outlets for
  • video, People receiving copies of
  • video, Rationale for
  • voting equipment in class, A video of using
  • voting in lectures, Support for startup uses of electronic
  • voting system in logic lectures, Using an electronic
  • voting system, Increasing interactivity in lectures using an electronic
  • voting system, Increasing interactivity using a
  • Voting Systems and interactive lectures, Electronic
  • voting, Pedagogical formats for using questions and

  • web pages for PRS video 1, Compilation of
  • web pages, Compilation of some interactive lecture
  • web pages, Compilation of some interactive lecture
  • Web references on Handsets and teaching with them
  • web, Question banks available on the
  • Website (permuted) index of page titles
  • Website by links
  • Website table of contents (list of pages
  • Week 17 plan
  • when using EVS questions, Some tactics
  • whole sessions around EVS, Designing
  • Why use EVS? the short answer
  • Workshop on handset equipment

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