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Using a student response system to obtain real-time assessment of bibliographic instruction sessions
Tennessee Libraries (2006)
  • Karen Dearing, Middle Tennessee State University
  • Sue Alexander, Middle Tennessee State University
  • Sharon Parente, Middle Tennessee State University
  • Amy York, Middle Tennessee State University
Abstract
Student response systems allow teachers to ask groups of students multiple choice questions to which they reply individually via hand-held wireless transmitters. MTSU librarians illustrate how they use this system in the bibliographic instruction program.
Keywords
  • clickers,
  • library instruction,
  • student response system,
  • turning point
Publication Date
2006
Citation Information
Karen Dearing, Sue Alexander, Sharon Parente and Amy York. "Using a student response system to obtain real-time assessment of bibliographic instruction sessions" Tennessee Libraries Vol. 56 Iss. 2 (2006)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/amy_york/6/