Turning Point Cloud - Student Resources

Students need to use Turning Point Cloud only if it is required by the instructor in the course. This information will be available in the course syllabus or it will be conveyed to you by your instructor in class. If the software will be used in your course, all instructions will be provided by your instructor.

Turning License

If the instructor uses Turning Point Cloud, students must purchase a Turning License. The license is available at the UTD Bookstore. This is a very important step because without a Turning License you will not be able to participate in the polling.

Hardware / software

There are 3 options to participate in polling. All three require you to have a Turning License. Your instructor will inform you which of these 3 options are allowed in class.

  1. Responseware App via your mobile devices.
  2. Responseware URL (https://responseware.turningtechnologies.com/responseware) via any web browser
  3. RFLCD ResponseCard (clicker)
    (This is a free App, available for iOS and Android). See logo below.

    RFLCD ResponseCard
    (This is a device, available at UTD Bookstore. )

User Guides for Students

How to create your account and register your devices
How to use Mobile Devices for Polling
How to use RFLCD devices to Poll
How to use a Web Page for Polling

Technical Support for Students

Turning Technologies:
Call Toll Free: 866-746-3015
8 am to 9 pm EST,
Monday through Friday
Email: [email protected]

Code of Conduct

The misuse of clickers is a violation of the UT Dallas Student Code of Conduct and punishable through a variety of sanctions, including expulsion. Disciplinary action may be initiated for misconduct which includes, but is not limited to:

  1. Plagiarism: The adoption or reproduction of ideas, words, statements, images or works of another person as one's own without proper acknowledgement.
  2. Cheating: Using or attempting to use unauthorized materials, information, or study aids in any academic exercise. Academic exercise includes all forms of work submitted for credit or hours.
  3. Fabrication: Falsification or creation of any information, data or citation in an academic exercise.
  4. Collaboration and/or Collusion: Seeking or providing aid to another student in completion of any assignment submitted for academic credit without permission from the faculty member.
  5. Misuse or Damage to Property: Any act of vandalism, damage, destruction or misuse of university property or that of another.
  6. Violation of General Rules and Regulations: Violation of any rule or regulation including the failure to perform any required action or the performance of any prohibited actions.



Page last updated on March 27, 2015 .

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