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Education Building

News, perspectives and commentary on Educational Technology at SFU from room 7560

Upcoming workshop on backchannel and polling

On July 13,  David Rubeli will be leading a one-hour workshop on backchannels and polling in classes. You can register on the LIDC site.

In preparation for the session, David would like to know what questions SFU students, instructors and staff have about the backchannel. Post your questions here:  Harvard Question Tool

David will be sharing resources for the session on Twitter. Follow #SFUedtechbc or join the workshop HootCourse:

One Response to “Upcoming workshop on backchannel and polling”

  1. Jason Says:

    Hey David, I’m looking forward to this session! Are there any examples from S.F.U. of instructors using back channels in the classroom currently, or research? I suppose I can wait till next week to find out :)