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Introduction to Turning Point's Audience Response System

The MUSC Office of Continuing Medical Education is excited to incorporate an Audience Response System (ARS) through Turning Technologies in our CME activities. The ARS works in conjunction with learner-controlled remote keypads (clickers) to create a wireless audience response and voting system that enables us to develop and administer real-time assessments of participants from within Microsoft® PowerPoint®. Transform your next presentation into a wireless audience response tool that can seamlessly identify and confirm participant understanding, increase participant attentiveness, and gather, rank and report critical information simultaneously in real-time.

To learn more about using ARS, please access the below introductory web-based training course:

Introduction to Turning Point Audience Response Software-Developing Simple Slides

MUSC Session Leaders:
Geoff Freeman, Director, Educational Technology Services
Patrick Davis, Director of the Nursing Technology Center
Length of time: 1 hour
Downloadable handouts are provided from the course site.

Above presentation is provided by the MUSC University Education Infrastructure Council.

 

Turning Point OnlineTutorials

Welcome to Turning Technologies Online Tutorials
Self-paced modules to get you up and running in just minutes!

Click here to be redirected.


The Medical University of South Carolina is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

External Partners
• American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry
• Diabetes Initiative of SC
• SCORxE Academic Detailing Project with
  SC College of Pharmacy
• SECME Consortium with CME Offices at

  GHSU and UVA
• SC Pediatric Practice Research Network
• SC Primary Healthcare Association
• SC AHEC SCHOOLS (SC Health
  Occupations Outreach Learning System)
  Network
• SC DHEC
• SC Initiative for Quality Overweight/Obese
 
Care
• SC Professional Society on the Abuse of
  Children
• University of SC Office of CME
• SC Medical Association
• SC Hospital Association

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