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The anonymity of lecture hall response systems has taken the awkwardness out of sensitive questions in Timothy Loving’s Introduction to Family Relationships course, and a new clicker software will let the University of Texas associate professor have a more personal exchange with his students.

Loving will use the latest version of the i>clicker response system to analyze student answers by political affiliation, race, gender, and other demographics.

The new i>clicker version 6.0 will still allow for anonymous...

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