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The effect of audience response systems on learning outcomes in health professions education. A BEME systematic review: BEME Guide No. 21

Authors: Cody Nelson, Lisa Hartling, Sandra Campbell & Anna E. Oswald
Med Teach 2012; 34:e386-405

Audience response systems (ARS) represent one approach to make lectures more active. This systematic review examines the effect of ARS on learning outcomes in medical education. The analysis of the results of 21 included studies suggests the effectiveness of ARS in improving learning outcomes, especially when compared to non-interactive sessions.

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I have no financial interest in this article.

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