Different activity types – including multiple choice, word cloud, and Q&A – accomodate all types of audience feedback.
The audience responds on their own devices. They either visit your response web page, or use SMS text messaging.
Audience feedback appears in real time. Customizable graphs update live with each new response for all to see.
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What one word would you use to describe yourself?
Warm up the crowd, and introduce Poll Everywhere at the same time, with a simple icebreaker question. Words in the word cloud move and grow with each new response.
Single-word responses work best for this activity. If multiple people submit the same word, that word grows larger in the cloud.
How would you rate the presentation?
Multiple choice activities are highly customizable. Responses appear in an animated bar chart or donut chart that updates in real time for everyone to see.
Create graded questions by marking one or more responses as correct. Or swap out the text responses for images, LaTeX, or emoji.
How did we do this week? What did we learn?
Create a safe space for frank, honest feedback with Poll Everywhere Q&A. The audience submits questions and comments, and can upvote submissions from their peers. Submissions with more votes rise to the top.
Q&A is a great way to quickly prioritize audience feedback. Respond to what the room tells you is most important.
Poll Everywhere is an easy-to-use platform that requires no hardware investment by the institution or individual. The learning curve is essentially flat, with an approximate learning time of 15 - 20 minutes.
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Personalized feedback at scale
Workshop producers Gabriel Grant and Jason Jay use Poll Everywhere to help attendees discuss sensitive topics in a public forum. Responses are anonymous, but visible to the room, enabling Grant and Jay to give personalized feedback at scale.
"Poll Everywhere allows us to have everybody in the conversation," said Grant. "We can tell where we're losing people, where they're getting lost in the process and need extra help."Read more →