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
Tool: Poll Everywhere
Driverless car technology is here. If the opportunity presented itself, would you Go for a Ride or Refuse, No Thanks? Why? What informs your answer? A benefit: “Researchers estimate that driverless cars could, by midcentury, reduce traffic fatalities by up to 90 percent. Which means that, using the number of fatalities in 2013 as a … Continued
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.
Real-time feedback can help you gauge how well class materials are being understood, attain consensus on course material or questions, and provide opportunities for students to be more responsive and active, especially in large lecture courses. In this workshop, you’ll get hands-on experience with creating and answering questions and leave with ideas about how you … Continued
Has this ever happened in your lecture? You ask if there are any questions and dead silence follows but you’re quite certain that your students are not totally grasping the concept due to their quizzical looks. Has this ever happened in your lecture? If your answer is ‘yes,’ we may have a solution for you. Smith’s newly adopted web-based … Continued
Teaching Arts Lunches: Join Educational Technology Services for an interactive session showcasing collaborative projects from the 2016-17 academic year. Participants will have an opportunity to play with current and emerging technologies, and imagine new ways to enhance the teaching and learning experience.
Poll Everywhere is an audience response system that enables instructors to deploy interactive polls during class. Receive real-time feedback, gauge understanding, invite questions, and elevate classroom discourse. Poll Everywhere integrates with PowerPoint, Google Slides, or Keynote – or can be presented directly from the web. Participants may respond to polls via web browser, mobile app, … Continued