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You could use the Delphi method: In this approach, the first participant creates an initial sort, and then the remaining participants review and modify that sort. This imposes a much lower mental load on the remaining participants, rendering a sort of 200+ items a much more tractable proposition (in theory). Ref: Card Sorting using the Delphi Method ...


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Breaking the card sort down into random groups of ~50 course titles shouldn't skew the results. Bearing in mind the average times taken to complete a card sort exercise based on number of items; http://www.interaction-design.org/encyclopedia/card_sorting.html#heading_Time_to_sort_html_pages_107177 you could be looking at 1-2 hours for the participants to ...



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