B1510S07_L14_pop_commecol_skeleton

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Biology 1510 Georgia Tech School of Biology Fall 2007 Homework: saving your answers Instructions for recording homework answers on your PRS clicker: 1. turn on you clicker. it will start looking for classes. press the “*” key twice – once to stop it from searching for classes and once to enter the setup menu. 2. scroll down until you see “Homework 1”, “Homework 2” or “Homework 3”. these are the three classes for which PRS expects you may be using the homework mode – you can use any of them (but don’t forget which is BIOL and which is CHEM...). press enter to select which class you want. 3. the screen should read “continue”. if it does not, scroll down until it does and press enter again. 4. the screen will now read “HMW:” “Enter Test #”. enter 1 for assignment 1. 5. press the down-arrow key, the screen will read “H01:” the clicker is asking you to enter the answer to question 1 (the questions will be posted on the slides that follow). select your answer A, B, C, D, or E (I will try to remember to use only letters in my questions) and press enter. 6. use the down-arrow key to go to the next question and enter your answer as above. 7. when you’ve answered all the questions, turn your clicker off – your answers are saved as you enter them.
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Biology 1510 Georgia Tech School of Biology Fall 2007 Homework: uploading your answers 1. once I’ve turned on my computer, loaded the PRS program and started a session, join our class “B1510_F07” as you usually would. 2. once I’ve started the homework collection session press the “*” to take you into the menu. scroll to whichever class (i.e., “Homework 1”, “Homework 2” or “Homework 3”) you chose. if you chose “Homework 1” your screen should read “Homework 1 1”, for class 1, assignment 1. press enter to select this class / assignment. press enter again to send your homework in. if you do not get a confirmation that your answers have been received, I may not have started the session yet. 3. press the “*” key twice more to leave the homework mode and enter the regular in-class response mode.
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Biology 1510 Georgia Tech School of Biology Fall 2007 Homework: clearing your old answers 1. to erase your old answers prior to recording new ones, turn on your clicker. press the “*” key to enter the setup menu, scroll up or down to get the whichever class you’re using for BIOL 1510 (in the example from the previous slide “Homework 1 1” 2. press enter. the screen will read “continue” scroll up or down until the screen reads “New (clear all)”. 3. press enter to erase your answers for that assignment.
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