Extension faculty and staff are constantly planning, implementing, and evaluating programming efforts. Data from participants are needed for assessing changes in knowledge, attitude, and behavior through summative and formative evaluation. However, collecting these data can be time-consuming and hard to achieve. A technological tool called Plickers makes data collection quicker and easier. The electronic application can be implemented in Extension settings through the use of a smart device to set up classes, add participants, build surveys, and export data.
Tompkins, C., Howell, N., & Mull, C. (2018). Plickers for Success: A Technological Tool for Advancement in Data Collection. Journal of Extension, 56(7), Article 2. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol56/iss7/2