How clickers can support learning objectives in larger courses. Beaty, I. (2004). Transforming Student Learning with Classroom Communication Systems . EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research: Research Bulletin, 2004(3).
Clicker information page from the Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching. This is both a general introduction to clickers and covers different types of questions and activities that work well with clickers. Page also contains an extensive bibliography. Bruff, D. (2013). Classroom Response Systems (“Clickers”).
Clicker information from the Carl Wieman Science Education Initiative at the University of British Columbia. Page contains videos, collections of sample clicker questions for use in university-level science classes, and a bibliography. CWSEI. (2013). Clicker Resources.
Introductory article about clicker use in lecture classes. Hodges, L. (2010). Engaging Students, Assessing Learning: Just a Click Away. Essays on Teaching Excellence, 21(3).
i>clicker case studies from a wide variety of disciplines.
i>clicker. (2013). Case Studies.
The role of clickers in active learning.
Martyn, M. (2007). Clickers in the Classroom: An Active Learning Approach . EDUCAUSE Quarterly, 30(2), 71-74.
Step-by-step diagrams on getting the most out of peer instruction using clickers.
Newbury, P., & Heiner, C. (2012). Ready, Set, React! Getting the most out of Peer Instruction using Clickers .
Additional research can be found on the research section of the i>clicker website.