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|Title:||Personal Response System: A Model-Based Case Study in Taiwan|
|Abstract:||Personal response system (PRS) is increasingly adopted in Taiwan’s higher education. A small-scale case study was conducted to compare the perceptions of PRS usage of Taiwan’s college students on those issues reported by UK and USA literature, and at the same time to empirically test an integrated model that has not been tested in prior PRS studies.|
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