Benefits of Employing a Personal Response System in a Decision Analysis Course
Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology • Volume 13 • 2016 • pp. 235-244
This paper describes the employment of a Personal Response System (PRS) during a Decision Analysis course for Management Information Systems (MIS) students. The description shows how the carefully designed PRS-based questions, the delivery, and the follow-up discussions; provided a context for eliciting and exercising central concepts of the course topics as well as central skills required for MIS majors. A sample of PRS-based questions is presented along with a description for each question of its purpose, the way it was delivered, the response rate, the responses and their frequencies, and the respective in-class discussion. Lessons from these findings are discussed.
Personal Response Systems, Clickers, Quantitative methods for decision analysis, Decision Trees, Modeling
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