Low-cost Smart Architecture for Classroom Response System Using Raspberry: RaspCRS

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    The purpose of this paper is to present a low-cost architecture based on embedded systems for the operation of a Classroom Response System (CRS). In order to validate the proposed architecture, various tests were conducted with 30 students enrolled in a renewable energy master. As part of this study, a mobile-based CRS has been developed using web-based technologies that makes the system very easy to use in educational environments. It allows the teacher to interview students using multiple-choice questions, in order to test their understanding of a concept discussed in class, the results of a question are displayed in real time on the mobile of the teacher. This tool has a strategic character because it allows improving the image of our university, pursuing the paths of smart cities. The results of test show the advantages and limitations of this architecture.




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    Classroom Response System, Embedded System, Mobile Technology, E-learning, Technology-enhanced learning

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Article ID: 23251
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.32.23251

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