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Remote Response System Brings Technology into the Classroom

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Published on Feb 26, 2007

Few psychology students fall asleep in class -- that is, when they study sleep cycles, dreaming and sleep deprivation using a radio frequency audience response system. With remote control units, "clickers," students learn interactively about each other's sleep habits and philsophies and also see how they respond collectively to questions about sleep. Software assists in immediately summarizing and displaying responses.

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