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Countdown: Campus Technologies’ most popular blog posts: #11

Number 11: With 104 total pageviews, “LectureTools: An engaging presentation tool to use in the classroom” by Sam Parker secured number 11 on our list. The blog post highlights how Jim Barbour, chair of the economics department and associate professor of economics, uses LectureTools in his courses. Read the post. The Countdown As the semester comes to a …

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LectureTools: An engaging presentation tool to use in the classroom

Jim Barbour, associate professor of economics, uses LectureTools in his introductory-level courses.

While searching for an alternative to clickers to use in his classes, Jim Barbour, chair of the economics department and associate professor of economics, stumbled upon LectureTools. Run by a five-person team in Ann Arbor, Mich., LectureTools is an engaging, web-based program that allows instructors to create interactive presentations. “I was looking for something that was more …

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