Department     College of Asia Pacific Studies
   Position   Associate Professor
Language English
Publication Date 2014/07
Type Research paper (Academic/Professional Journal)
Peer Review Peer reviewed
Title A Study of Twitter and Clickers as Audience Response Systems in International Relations Courses
Contribution Type Single Work
Journal PS: Political Science and Politics
Volume, Issue, Page 47(3)
Details This study conducted experiments using clickers and Twitter in international-relations classrooms to evaluate the effectiveness of audience-response tools on students’ experiences and their performance. The study used both within-group and between-group experimental designs and evaluated the results primarily through inferential descriptive statistical methods. The results show that clickers outperformed Twitter, students enjoy using clickers in class, and the use of these tools had little impact on grade performance.