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NameURLCostTotal cost for my classUser limitsConnection/devicesQuick question typesQuizesGradingOtherComments
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iClickerhttp://www.iclicker.com/approx. $10/student (new device is ca. $40, bookstore buys it back at 75% of the retail price)$950no limitradio, clicker device is neededMC, TFnoyesiClicker sells this web-clicker access for students for $10/180 days.You have to prepare the questions at home. On a USB stick bring it to the school computer. You have to switch between your computer and the school computer to show the results. If you do not want to record the results by id, just prepare one generic question and repeatedly "play" that quesiton.
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Poll Everywherehttp://www.polleverywhere.com/$350/semester, or $14/student/semester$350no limit (basic system free for up to 40 users)Web, phones (text), twitterMC, Free Text, TFyesyesModerationPowerpoint and Keynote integration on Windows, Mac in beta (MC questions supported). On a Mac, use a special program or Web. MC answers must be provided (MC defaults to T/F).
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LectureToolshttp://www.lecturetools.com/pricing$800/2 semesters$800no limitsWeb, phone (texting, no Canadian phone number??)All, plus ordering problemsYesYesPreliminary stateA whole "system" for the semester. The idea of their system is that you can prepare your slides with their system, and embed the activities. In theory, you can "import" lectures from Powerpoint, or pdf. I was not able to import any ppt or pdf files from my pile. On slde drawing during presentations is nice.
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Top Hat Monoclehttp://www.tophatmonocle.com/$20/studentapprox. $2000no limitWeb, phoneAllYesYes
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MoodleFreeFreeno limitWebnot really - inside quizzes (you can create a default quiz with boilerplate answers)yesabsolutelyStudents should log in to moodle, select a quiz. Hard to control the timing of quizes.
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TwitterFreeFreeno limitWebFree TextnononoThe idea is to open a Tweet Account to allow students to provide feedback. You can project the stream of responses if you want.
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Google Docs/Formshttp://support.google.com/docs/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=139706FreeFreeno limitWebnot really - inside quizzes (you can create a default quiz with boilerplate answers)yessomehow..WIthout programming it is not possible to limit the number of responses per student.The URL will be long. Use a URL shortener, like j.mp, bit.ly, or tinyurl.com. You have to create a google spreadsheet that will collect the results. In the spreadsheet you can create a form that the students will fill out.
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Flistihttp://flisti.com/FreeFreeNo limitWebMultiple choiceNoNoYou type in the question, answers into a web page. The poll is created. Quite simple.
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Socrativehttp://www.socrative.com/Free while the system is in betaFree (but limited to 50 students)50 users per activity.WebMC, Free Text, TFyesyesGamesSuper easy to use; it is probably easy to replicate, too. All browser based. MC answers are preset to A-E.
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QuestionPresshttp://www.questionpress.com/$24/year for aggregare mode, $66 for 95 students$24 or $6695 studentsWebtruly interactiveyesyesCool math stuff (graphing, latex support)All browser based
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ClickerSchoolhttp://www.clickerschool.com/Pages/SignedOutHome.aspx$95 for 100 students/semester$95per pricingWebAllNoNoSpecialized phone apps
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eClicker Hosteclicker.com$15, additional software for Mac $20$15 or $35no limitWeb, iOS only (Apple!)MC, TF?probablyLimited to iOS
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SRNhttp://studentresponsenetwork.com/campuswide license $195?50 users/serverWebAll??Client software needs to be installed (as well as server). Clients available on Mac, Windows, Linux.
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TurningPoint/ResponseWarehttp://www.turningtechnologies.com/audienceresponseproducts/responseoptions/responseware/no pricing information on the webWeb, clicker?
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vClickerhttp://www.einstruction.com/products/student-response-systems/vclicker-mobile-editionno pricing information on the webI could not figure out pricing etc. Sells devices?
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Mouse Mischiefhttp://www.microsoft.com/multipoint/mouse-mischief/en-us/learn-more.aspx#2.4 GHz wireless mouse/student, 4 USB Hubs??25 usersWireless mouseMC, TF, Drawing?no?maybeOnly for small classes. The students would show the mice on the main computer (PC). They see each others' movements. This seems to limit the usefulness of the system (herding effects). The software is limited to Microsoft Powerpoint on Windows computers.
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Sources: http://learninginhand.com/blog/four-student-response-systems.htmlComparison
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http://theinnovativeeducator.blogspot.ca/2010/02/cheap-and-easy-student-response-system.html
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classroom_Performance_Systems
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http://geology.wlu.edu/greer/Greer_v52n4.pdf
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http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Computer_Information_Systems_in_Education/Chapter_3/Section_1_--_Student_Response_Systems
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http://www.polleverywhere.com/ars-comparisonComparison
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http://teachwithyouripad.wikispaces.com/Usng+Audience+Response+with+the+iPADComparison
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http://www.darcynorman.net/2008/06/06/web-based-student-response-systems-ala-clicker/Instructions on how to use moodle as a SRS
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http://delicious.com/jgarton/student.response.system
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