Twelve tips for using a computerised interactive audience response system

Lorraine J. Robertson
2000 Medical Teacher  
The role of the lecture in medical education has recently been called into question. Adults learn more effectively through active learning therefore where is the place for the traditional lecture? This paper describes the use of a computerised audience response system to transform large group teaching sessions into active learning experiences, thereby securing a future for the lecture format. We pass on our tips, gleaned from our varied experiences using the system, for the successful design and running of such interactive sessions.
doi:10.1080/01421590050006179 fatcat:wmn42ictgjagvdjwbdrjeogscq