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Using a Personal Response System in Economics Teaching

Caroline Elliott ()

International Review of Economic Education, 2003, vol. 1, issue 1, 80-86

Abstract: This paper offers a brief introduction to a Personal Response System that can be used in group-teaching scenarios, reporting the results of a trial using the technology in a second-year undergraduate Microeconomics Principles course. Advantages and disadvantages of the technology are discussed, and the possibilities for using this technology more widely are explored.

Date: 2003
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