Learner-Shaped Technology

August 2, 2008

Way to go iClicker!

Filed under: clickers,general,sustainability,technology — Mike W @ 9:51 am

In an earlier posting I discussed some less than optimal packaging with a recent order of iClickers. We’re very happy with the clickers themselves, btw (which is also in the earlier posting). A glitch with my blog comment notifications caused a great response from the Director of iClicker to sit in moderation for quite a while. My apologies for that. It’s since been fixed.

I wanted to highlight Renee’s response here. Since the posting, I was also contacted by one of the iClicker creators about an idea I’d posted on a list serve about making analyzing data gathered via iClickers easier. We had a great conversation, and they are exploring adding some additional features to make analysis more seamless.

Thanks for being so responsive and committed to sustainability! I’m impressed.

2 Comments »

  1. HI,

    I am a student at CU Boulder and I created The Clicker Sticker. Vinyl Decals to cover the face of the iClicker. I am looking into making this product more ecofriendly and the only option I have seen that resembles PVC is corn products, but I am not sure if corn is much better considering the issues with food supply. Do you have any recommendations.

    Comment by Jess — September 7, 2008 @ 6:36 pm

  2. Hi Jess,

    I’m afraid I’m out of my league on this one, but I passed your question on to our Director of Sustainability. I’ll let you know when I have something to report back.

    Very cool idea!

    Mike

    Comment by Mike W — September 16, 2008 @ 2:12 pm

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