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Nowadays, the Audience Response Systems (ARS or Classroom Response Systems) are integrated in classes in order to improve attendance and student participation. This article presents the current trend of using Web 2.0 to provide ARS systems and our efforts to create an ARS on our learning platform. We have created a dedicated Web form for use by students as a remote control device, which can be operated from an electronic device with a Web browser (eg, laptops, tablets or smart phones). With our approach, teachers can create and control the questions from their session on the learning platform and make in-class surveys or questionnaires and check the answers on the spot.
Date of Conference: 29-31 Oct. 2012