Student Response System (SRS)

Term explanation  •  Category Learning & E-Learning

Definition and meaning

With Student Response Systems (SRS) it is possible to get live student feedback in the classroom. Questions and answers can usually be asked and given anonymously, which increases participation and engagement. An SRS may be used for any grade, including university.

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SlideLizard is a PowerPoint plugin for more interaction in courses and lectures. You get honest feedback from your students, who can also ask questions anonymously with their smartphones.

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