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Digital Voting Systems and Communication in Classroom Lectures
Journal of Interactive Media in Education
Studies on the use of digital voting systems in large group teaching situations have often focused on the "non-anonymity" and control and testing functions that the technology provides. There has also been some interest in how students might use their votes tactically to gain "credits". By focusing on an empirical study of students' experiences with digital voting systems in lectures at two Danish universities, this study considers the premises and the contexts surrounding this technology. Itdoi:10.5334/jime.ah fatcat:w76tsdp74rdk3jzc7s7rzemxgu