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‘Debating’ the Merits of Clickers in an Academic Library

Collins, Bobbie L.

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Librarians are constantly searching for new pedagogical approaches to incorporate into their classroom presentations. Audience response systems, or clickers, are gaining popularity on many college campuses as a tool to gauge students’ understanding of the material being presented during a lecture or similar session.
subject
Computer assisted instruction
Academic Libraries
Debate
Library instruction
contributor
Collins, Bobbie L. (author)
Tedford, Rosalind (author)
Womack, H. David (author)
date
2009-08-10T19:41:49Z (accessioned)
2010-06-24T14:37:34Z (accessioned)
2009-08-10T19:41:49Z (available)
2010-06-24T14:37:34Z (available)
2008 (issued)
identifier
Collins, Bobbie L, Rosalind Tedford, and H. David Womack. “Debating" the Merits of Clickers in an Academic Library.” North Carolina Libraries 66.2008 (2008): 20-24. (citation)
0029-2540 (issn)
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/16193 (uri)
language
en_US (iso)
publisher
North Carolina Library Association
title
‘Debating’ the Merits of Clickers in an Academic Library
type
Article

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