When your community has urgent questions that need big answers, a poll can mean the difference between good information and the most useful information possible. Organizers at the Community Energy Congress used live polling to whittle down their message until it was exactly what the audience needed to know.
When your kitty gets sick, veterinarians rely on skill, education, and experience to get her purring again. At Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine, Professor of Feline Internal Medicine John August combines an audience response system, case studies, and a flipped classroom model to teach his 80 students (future doctors).
Have you had trouble finding a good background or ‘logo’ image for your polls in the past? We’ve added a new option to help, Flickr search. You can now add a background or ‘logo’ image to your polls from the visual settings menu using Flickr. Enjoy!
Scott Rosencrance oversees Research and Development for the Americas Paper Segment at Kemira, a specialty chemical company serving water intensive industries such as paper, oil, gas, mining, and municipal water treatment across the globe. Scott’s organization works to support existing customers. It also works to maintain an active innovation pipeline, with a focus on new […]
Back in May we released a new mobile voting experience for presenters and participants using mobile web browsers. Today, we’d like to announce the release of both an iOS and Android Poll Everywhere App! The App can be downloaded for iPhone or iPad from the App Store and for Android devices from the Google Play Store. […]
Last January, Microsoft tipped us off to some upcoming changes for PowerPoint in Office 365, including a major platform upgrade that would allow web content to be embedded seamlessly into slides. After we took a look at their plans, they asked us to design a web native Poll Everywhere app for the PowerPoint store. So […]