Audience Response System (ARS)

Term explanation  •  Category Presentations

Definition and meaning

Audience Response Systems (ARS) are technical solutions that are used in presentations in order to increase the interaction between the presenter and the audience. There are various forms of ARS that offer different features.

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For example, SlideLizard makes it possible to include polls in your presentation, answer anonymous questions and get honest feedback from your audience at the end of your presentation.

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Other glossary terms

Game-based Learning

Game-based learning is a popular approach where the instrument for a learning process is a game. Game-based learning scenarios are often found online - they are often favored because they engage learners in a way that few other learning methods do.

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Open Questions

In contrast to closed questions, the answer to open questions can be more detailed and creative. You can convey more information.

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Eulogy Speech

A eulogy speech is given at a funeral. It is given by familiy members or friends of the deceased. The aim is to say goodbye and pay tribute to the person who has passed away.

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Podcasts

A podcast is an audio or video contribution that can be listened to or viewed via the Internet. Podcasts can be used for information on specific topics but also for entertainment.

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