Polling at a Black Eyed Peas concert
Polling for a good cause at a Black Eyed Peas concert.
Live polling helps tough engineering concepts sink in
Dr. Yan Tang, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, uses student interaction and constant feedback drive learning in engineering. To help foster discussion and understanding, she embeds Poll Everywhere polls in her PowerPoint slides for each lecture. They crop up at carefully planned intervals throughout her classes.
Live audience feedback steers panel discussion
Channa Green, Managing Director, Viseo Inc., discusses the experience of allowing the audience guide a Deep Dive panel discussion. Audience members used Poll Everywhere to text in their top questions and topics. Results populated instantly in a dynamic text wall on the big screen, and panelists brought the most interesting ideas into the discussion.
Polling to improve learning outcomes in Radiography
Jayne Morgan, Senior Lecturer in Diagnostic Radiography at the [City University of London](http://www.city.ac.uk/) discusses her use of Poll Everywhere in large group teaching and revision. Rachael shares polling best practices, and the positive impact on learning.
Switching from clickers to Poll Everywhere
Dr Rachael-Anne Knight from The [City University of London](http://www.city.ac.uk/) discusses why she switched from a student response system using clickers to Poll Everywhere. She describes the transition process, and the impact that polling had on her students.
Voting at 2016 State of the Valley Conference, San Jose
The 2016 State of the Valley Conference used live polling with Poll Everywhere to instantly gather feedback from participants about transportation, agenda topics, and more. Engagement remained high throughout the event, despite the size of the crowd. Interview with Rachel Massaro, Vice President, Joint Venture Silicon Valley
Polling to foster active learning in cognitive neuroscience class
Deborah Husbands, Senior Lecturer at the [University of Westminster](https://www.westminster.ac.uk/), discusses ways to use live polling in class to engage and interact with students. Students use their mobile phones or laptops to submit their responses directly, and the results are displayed in real time as they come in. Evaluations show that this increased interactivity has improved understanding and retention.
Polling in medical training mimics real-life outcomes
Jeff Solheim, founder of Solheim Enterprises, uses Poll Everywhere to guide his training seminars to enhance critical thinking skills and drive better real-world outcomes. He talked to us about why poll-based learning is so crucial to his training method.
Spicing up roadshow presentations with polling
Every year, Steve Marchese and the rest of the Webby Awards team give nearly 300 talks in 16 cities and 8 countries worldwide for their Webby Talks series. They use Poll Everywhere to add some some fun and interactivity to the talks. Steve sat down to talk with us about how it's going.