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We think there are 5 main reasons why word cloud polls are being used so vastly and why they have become loved by presenters and audiences all around the world…
A guest post from Kerry Pollard – Senior Lecturer (School of Community Health and Midwifery). Learn about her experience of using Vevox in the classroom
When educational institutions are looking for a new student response system, we often get asked how other universities have managed to rollout Vevox to all their teaching staff. I caught up with Sophie Cookson, who is a Learning Technologist at Loughbourough University, so she could share examples of how Loughborough University have found the process of switching to Vevox.
One of the main features that seemed very popular with attendees at ALTC and was mentioned a lot on social media was the Vevox wordclouds. One of the wordcloud poll questions that was asked during the conference was “What are the biggest Learning Technology challenges for the academic year 2018/2019?”.
As more and more universities are making the switch over to polling apps from clickers, the reasons for choosing clickers over polling apps are becoming more invalid, redundant and harder to justify. Let’s discuss the main counter arguments to live polling apps and why there no longer important to lecturers and Universities.
So, given the clear benefits to an institution of cloud-based polling and Q&A app solutions why are any sticking with out of date tech, and unrealistic pricing plans…? Here’s the top 4 reasons institutions shared with us as to why they clung on and what gave them the confidence in the end to make the switch to a polling app…
In this article, we share the 4 main reasons why polling software is now unrivalled compared to the old clicker based student response systems. We also reference some examples of the key drivers behind institutions switching from clickers to the highest independently-rated polling solution on the market that is Vevox.
When contemplating the use of engagement technology, one of the main considerations is whether the mix of the chosen technologies work together. The great news for anyone thinking of using Vevox for their audience engagement platform is that Vevox can be used in combination with many other ‘event tech’ essentials.
In this guest blog post, Simeon, a lecturer at LIPA, shares his experience of using Vevox to teach music theory.
Whether you're looking forward to getting back into a routine or making the last weeks of the summer count, here are our tips for making sure your EdTech is in shape for the new term