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Technology talks: Clickers and grading incentive in the large lecture hall
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Montana State University has adopted I-clicker, ⟨iclicker.com
⟩, as the campus wide classroom response system.
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12.The study was performed with the review and approval of the Institutional Review Board for the Protection of Human Subjects at MSU Bozeman.
13.The Hawthorne effect (coined in 1955 by Henry A. Landsberger) leads people to behave differently when they know they are being studied.
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