Ligra presents Turning Technologies responders: solutions for testing and verification


Responders are increasingly in demand in the world of education and, in particular, by the University. The use of new technologies in education has a significant impact on the teaching method and on the students' profit, but few technological resources have the capacity to fit organically and effectively into everyday teaching practice. The responders Turning Technologies are among them!

Founded in 2002 in Ohio (USA), Turning Technologies within a few years it has established itself as the leading provider of evaluation solutions, achieving the 62% of global market sharedistribution network covering more than 100 countries with more than 20 million devices delivered worldwide.

With the distribution of Turning Technologies solutions Ligra is certain to offer its partners in the Professional Audio Video channel a solution capable of opening up new business horizons.


What is a responder system?

La reply is extremely simple: the responders allow the teacher to submit to the students tests e checks of any kind and receive answers in real time. Depending on the type of answerer, it is possible to give students closed-response, open-response (textual and numerical), teacher-guided or student-led tests, even paper-based.

What are the advantages?

Numerous academic researches have attributed an objective value to the use of transponders in education. Some of the strengths of the solution include:

The use of responders in the classroom, and specifically in the university environment, is a solution that can collect data, process it and organise it in the form of statistical reports on a global, group or individual level. In this way, teachers can immediately assess the effectiveness of the method and the students' level of understanding on the basis of statistical data.

Responders are an effective tool to increase the level of student participation in teaching activities by making assessment moments quick and traceable and placing them in a meaningful context. The frequency of assessment activities reinforces the link between the energy expended in study and the results 'in the field'.

Active and collaborative learning
Responders are an important tool to motivate students and make them participate in learning activities. The presence of answerers also stimulates discussion among students, prompting them to collaborate: instead of just taking in information, students are stimulated to become active participants in the learning process.

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Case Studies

Queen's University Belfast
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