Participants can respond to Poll Everywhere questions using their mobile devices in two different ways. They can use the mobile application available for both iOS (iPhones) and Android or they can access the polls by using the device’s web browser. For frequent users, the Poll Everywhere mobile app allows you to stay logged in even … Continued
You likely arrived at this page because you were following these instructions on printing an exam. This document explains the process to take if you are a five-college student who has not used this system before. If you are a 5-college student and you have already done this process once, you should not need to … Continued
Your instructor will have given you a link that you can use to print out your exam. This document explains the process. Exams using this system can only be printed at the printers in the basement computer lab at Seelye Hall B8.
Using our Direct-to-Queue Application, you can set up PDF for students to Print without their ever downloading the file. This system is currently in pilot, so it won’t work unless you have already been in touch to get your account set up.
Poll Everywhere questions can be embedded into other websites using iframes, meaning you can show the results of a question on a website or class blog. These instructions will show you how to create a new question in Poll Everywhere, and where to find the embed code. If you would like to later embed the … Continued
Certain iframe objects can be embedded in WordPress using the H5P plugin. These instructions will show you how to create an iframe object in H5P using an iframe embed code, using an example of a Poll Everywhere question.
After creating an H5P object, you can easily embed the object into any WordPress post or page. These instructions will show you how to insert an H5P object, for example, an iframe object, into a WordPress post.
PDFs are a good file format for sharing work that you want others to be able to print and/or read on just about any device.
Double Telepresence Robotics allows users to attend classes or meetings when they can’t attend in-person. Double is being used in higher education in many ways, including building hybrid classrooms with both online and in-person students, allowing guest speakers to join a meeting remotely, and enabling offsite users to actively move through the meeting space.