The effects of audience response systems on learning outcomes in health professions education–A Systematic Review: BEME Guide 21
Audience response systems (ARS) represent one approach to make classroom learning more active. Although ARS may have pedagogical value, their impact is still unclear. This systematic review aims to examine the effect of ARS on learning outcomes in health professions education.
- Anna E. Oswald (lead reviewer), BMSc, MD, MMEd, FRCPC; Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
- Cody J. Nelson, BSc Medical Student, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
- Sandra Campbell, BA, MLS, AALIA(CP); Public Services Librarian and Library Liaison to Medicine, University of Alberta, Canada
- Lisa Hartling, MSc, PhD; Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Alberta, Canada
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- Published paper (2012)
- Short Communication Presentation PowerPoint (AMEE 2011)
- Poster (Toronto 2011)
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