CLIP's grant ended in 2011, and the tutorials have not been updated since then. In September 2015, we unexpectedly lost access to the server hosting the CLIP tutorials. However, we were able to copy the content so you can download the zip files and host the content on your own site. The quizzes can be found there as well. If you have additional questions not answered here, please contact us and we will do our best to answer them. Thank you for your understanding.

The scripts for simple, 4-question quizzes are provided for each CLIP tutorial as MS Word files (.doc). You may give these quizzes on paper or copy and paste questions into learning management systems or free online survey tools, such as SurveyMonkey.

These quizzes are designed to assess whether students have viewed the tutorials and to reinforce their main ideas.

We have received some feedback indicating concern of the quiz keys being freely available. We are going to return the keys to password protection, but will leave the quiz questions publicly available. This should keep a balance of educators being able to preview our materials more fully, while at the same time heading off academic dishonesty.


Individual Tutorials


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