Follow the submittal process as instructed. You will go through several "pages" of submittal forms; fill in the fields where appropriate. In the final step you will be asked to select files to be submitted with your entry. View the guidelines below regarding these files.
Clickers are wireless personal response systems that
are increasingly used to gather feedback from students. Anonymous answers
are collected to a question from every student, who is accountable for
his/her own answer. Here, we provide a collection of clicker questions
that are used in teaching concepts associated with Invertebrate Zoology.
If you are new to clickers, here are some resources
from various universities in the country on how to use and construct
Ohio University – includes case studies of
clicker use (http://ocio.osu.edu/elearning/toolbox/depth/clickers).
Vanderbilt University - includes extensive information
about teaching with clickers e.g., well-developed, disciplined specific
University of British Columbia (Carl Wieman Science
Initiative) - includes videos and question banks (http://www.cwsei.ubc.ca/resources/clickers.htm).
format. Often clicker questions are embedded in PowerPoint slides with
customized software created by the response system companies. These
slides (in .ppt or .pptx format) can be uploaded directly to this database in step 2. Slides are
encouraged if figures or tables are part of the questions. However,
question form still need to be completed (step 1) to make sure the database
Our standard, use of which we strongly urge, is "Scientific Style
and Format: The CBE Manual for Authors, Editors, and Publishers"
(Cambridge University Press). In particular, follow its conventions
for any abbreviations, all punctuation, symbols, italicization, and
numbers in text.
units are preferred, although other metric units (centimeters, calories,
etc.) may be used where conventional. Non-metric units, if needed, should
be put in parentheses following the SI or metric unit, except where
the unit refers to the standard measure of a commercial item (lumber,
pipes, etc.) in the United States - for these reverse the convention.
proper citation if peer-review articles or other sources of information
requirement transcends in importance all of the above. Everything submitted
must be easily understandable and completely implementable by someone
besides the person submitting.