Kahoot https://getkahoot.com/ Create and play quizzes, discussions or even surveys (which we call Kahoots) using any device with a web browser… including a laptop, iPad, iPhone, iPod, Android, Chromebook, Windows Phone or PC and more
Through a simple 'drag & drop' creator tool (using any device), build quizzes with embedded imagery and video, based on educational content. Or, find public content to play.
Engage the room and focus attention by projecting the quiz onto the screen at the front. Without needing an account, everyone in the room quickly joins through their personal device, seeing their name appear at the front.
Answering questions in real time through an easy-to-use interface, they play against each other aiming to top the on-screen leaderboard, whilst you facilitate and discuss the content.
Formatively assess individual knowledge and adapt learning to suit!
Quickdraw : create a short run poll http://quickdraw.steadman.io/ With Quickdraw you can create a short-lived poll or list
and tweet it to your followers to get answers fast.
DotVoting [Free] http://www.dotvoting.org/ This is a private, free, non-commercial website that allows you to set up and run Dot Voting polls. We don't earn money with this service, we don't sell your data. It's a fun project.
Easy online dot voting -- no registration required
View the results of ongoing or past Dot Votings you participated in and generate a tag cloud to vizualize the results.
Dot Voting is a method to identify things of interest out of a set of topics. In contrast to normal voting, each participants usually has more than one vote and is able to freely cumulate his votes if something is of special interest for him or her.
You can use this web site to easily set up Dot Votes by entering topics and then distribute access information to participants. You can choose to which extent that vote is public, whether the results can be seen during a running vote and how long the vote runs.
Top Hat Monocle https://www.tophatmonocle.com/ Top Hat Monocle
Fittingly, the story of Top Hat Monocle all began on—wait for it—a university campus. It started as a graduate school project in 2009 when students (and future co-founders) Mike Silagadze and Mohsen Shahini recognized that mobile devices (cell phones, smartphones, tablets, iPods and laptops) were affordable, powerful, and totally under-utilized in the classroom. They saw this as a perfect opportunity to develop a platform for interactive learning using technology students already own.
Top Hat Monocle evolved from a simple polling system into the sophisticated platform it is today.
A web-based clicker and online homework tool No clickers to buy! Students can use any device to participate in class
Coursemodo https://www.coursemodo.com/ Coursemodo provides educators with free, easy-to-use teaching tools that are designed and proven to increase classroom engagement, attendance, and learning.
Coursemodo is free for educators and students. Over 99% of higher-ed students already bring their own web or SMS devices to class. Make sure they are using their devices to increase learning, not distraction.
For any class-size, subject, or teaching style
InfuseLearning : virtual learner response solution http://www.infuselearning.com/ InfuseLearning is a breakthrough virtual learner response solution. Also works in browsers on iOS devices
Join the paradigm shift in pedagogy through the seamless infusion of classroom technology and quality teaching. Make informed decisions at the point of instruction with real-time, student feedback.
Connect all students to the conversation of learning through the seamless exchange of ideas. Infuse relevant curriculum and content that inspires the authentic creation of knowledge.
WiFli Response: Own your data http://www.wifliresponse.com/ WiFli Response: Own your data
WiFli Response is run entirely from your Google drive. Only you see the data.
AnswerGarden http://answergarden.ch AnswerGarden
AnswerGarden .. feedback assessment for e.g. workshops
AnswerGarden is a minimalistic feedback tool. Use it in the classroom as an educational tool or at work as a creative brainstorming tool.
Or you can embed it on your website or blog to use it as a poll or guestbook.
Scattervox http://www.scattervox.com Scattervox is a slightly different kind of poll: users "plot" their opinion of different people, places, or things on a "scatter-plot" graph.
Think of it as an interactive infographic. Different and fun!
StrawPoll http://strawpoll.me/ StrawPoll ... create a simple Poll ... VERY simply
In a browser on any operating system including mobile device Recommended
Student response systems (often called clickers) http://byod.northcantonschools.org/uses/student-response Student response systems (often called clickers) are common tools used in classrooms to give quick assessments and polls to students.
However, many normal mobile devices can be used in place of clickers to do the same thing. Below are some options for using student devices as a student response system.
In this training we explain how to use students' mobile devices (phones, tablets, laptops, etc.) in place of traditional "clickers" for a student response system.
Polls.io http://polls.io/ Polls.io
Create simple polls you can easily share with your friends. No sign up required.
Mentimeter : http://mentimeter.com/ Mentimeter enhances the result of any workshop or presentation and is a great tool for crucial decisions.
Do you want to take teaching to the next level? We have great examples on how to improve the classroom experience, no matter if you are teaching 9-year-olds or University students.
Vote in a web browser or use a mobile phone [SMS] Brilliantly Simple
Use Doodle to Make an Online Poll http://bit.ly/zWEDGA Use Doodle to Make an Online Poll When Planning Group Events
Doodle is a webtool through which you can make an online poll to schedule an event or make a choice. Registration is optional and creating the polls couldn’t be any more simple
Polls http://polls.cc A simple poll service.
Polls is a minimalist web service which allows you to create your own private polls in seconds. It's free, it's simple and requires no registration.
Whether you are trying to agree on a movie with your friends, a time to meet, or which coffee beans to buy for the office, Polls helps you decide. Simply set up a poll and let your friends or colleagues vote.
Wondering what everybody else is thinking about your new project, or whether your opinion on an important matter is shared by your peers? Find out with Polls.
Not Flash and so looks like it works on iDevices nicely.
Tricider http://tricider.com/en/t/ Tricider is the easiest way to get group decisions made.
You and your team can propose ideas, evaluate and vote for them.
Without the need of being in the same room. Less emails, meetings and phone calls.
Tricider is the perfect solution to reach consensus in difficult discussions or just decide where to go for lunch. Brainstorming with a result.
Smart Student Response System http://www.socrative.com Socrative is a smart student response system that empowers teachers by engaging their classrooms with a series of educational exercises and games. Our apps are super simple and take seconds to login. Socrative runs on tablets, smartphones, and laptops.
Teachers login through their device and select an activity which controls the flow of questions and games. Students simply login with their device and interact real time with the content.
Student responses are visually represented for multiple choice, true/false and Short Answer questions. For pre-planned activities a teacher can view reports online as a google spreadsheet or as an emailed Excel file.
Decing http://www.decing.com/ Decing is a simple and 100% free online service for arranging a Secret and Private vote.
The system is designed for small teams which should make a decision without disclosing individual participants' selections.
Our service does not require registration.
When creating a new vote you have to specify a subject the text that describes the purpose of voting, option names and the names of participants. Additionally you can set the weights for the participants, provide that options will be the participants - in this case participants cannot vote for themselves, in addition there is a possibility not just to choose one option but participants can distribute a fixed amount of Gems between options.
Urtak http://urtak.com/ Urtak lets you make smart, sticky polls where participants can ask and answer questions.
With Urtak you can:
- Make unlimited free polls.
- Embed polls everywhere.
- Analyze results in real time.
iVoted http://www.textmarks.com/go/home "iVoted is a very simple to use poll creation site that allows teachers to collect real-time data from their students or colleagues in a variety of ways.
Answers can be texted, Tweeted, Emailed, and even entered on a web interface.
The answers can be seen collected in real-time in full-screen or windowed.
For a similar site with a more fully developed feature set, see PollEverywhere." ONLY in USA
Pollcode http://pollcode.com/ You won't believe how easy we've made it. Add a free poll to your website, blog, or nearly anywhere online in just minutes!
There is no charge to create a poll. You can create free polls without signing up, or you can sign up for free access to poll management features.
To get started, simply type in a poll question and up to 30 possible answers. You can then customize your poll with your own colors, font, and settings. When you're finished we'll provide you an HTML code to paste into your website, or you can "quick post" your poll to MySpace, Facebook, WordPress and many more.
Poll Everywhere http://www.polleverywhere.com Poll Everywhere
The fastest way to create stylish real-time experiences for events using mobile devices
Poll Everywhere replaces expensive proprietary audience response hardware with standard web technology.
It's the easiest way to gather live responses in any venue: conferences, presentations, classrooms, radio, tv, print — anywhere. It can help you to raise money by letting people pledge via text messaging. And because it works internationally with texting, web, or Twitter, its simplicity and flexibility are earning rave reviews.
Used at #FOTE10
Pigeonhole Live http://www.pigeonhole.sg/ We provide tools that enable you to do more fun & cool things with your live audience. Find out what Pigeonhole Live is about and how it can help you engage your audience more effectively!
Pigeonhole Live is a audience response system tool under Pigeonhole that allows speakers to engage their audience in a live setting using their smartphones, laptops and even iPad!
With Pigeonhole Live "Ask" feature, whenever you have a question, post it to Pigeonhole Live straight away. Fastest hand first/person to the mic is so yesterday.
With anonymous identity, you can ask all the questions you have without fearing the judging eyes of others. Who knows, your peers have the same question too. ;)
Vote for the question that concerns you the most, and get answered first. No more waiting for the McNanny during that precious 5-minute lecture breaks.
Find out what your peers are thinking by looking at the live stream of questions on Pigeonhole Live! They might speak your inner mind.
Audience Response Systems (ARS) on the iPad http://bit.ly/aT4avk Audience Response Systems (ARS) on the iPad
An ARS allows large groups of people to vote on a topic or answer a question.
Qwizdom http://www.quizdom.com/ Qwizdom is a provider of Audience Response Systems, sometimes referred to as Electronic Voting Systems or Audience Clickers. Using advanced Radio Frequency technology, Qwizdom’s handheld remotes and interactive writing tablet are designed to engage your audience in the boardroom, the classroom or for staff training. Imagine polling your audience in the middle of a meeting for their input, and then instantly viewing a graph of the results.
Twitpoll http://twtpoll.com/ Twtpoll is a feedback tool that helps you to conduct polls/surveys on Twitter, Facebook or any other social media site.
10 Google Forms for the Classroom http://edte.ch/blog/2008/08/23/10-google-forms-for-the-classroom/ 10 Google Forms for the Classroom
10 ideas for using Forms in the classroom
Google have brought them up front a bit as you can now create a new form from the NEW menu on your Docs home page. I have always liked the way that the data entry point (the form) and the collection location (the spreadsheet) are linked together – its a great tool and I hope to use it more throughout this year.
Google Moderator http://www.google.com/moderator/ Google Moderator
Helping the world find the best input from an audience of any size.
Get to know your audience by letting them decide which questions, suggestions or ideas interest them most.
Virtual Clickers for 1:1 Laptops http://studentresponsenetwork.com To save the expense of buy handheld clickers when you already have a 1:1 laptop program, it's worth checking out the alternative.
Student Response Network is simple to use, effective and very affordable.
OpenBallotBox http://openballotbox.com/ OpenBallotBox.com is online plateform for conducting and managing Elections, Polls or even Surveys across the globe irrespective of industry or market segment type.
Social statistics 2.0 http://postyour.info Online polling on social themes. The idea is to collect worldwide open statistical database. Everybody can participate, everybody can explore statistics in online mode or download it for free
Use Twitter in PowerPoint ... as a voting tool (poll) http://www.polleverywhere.com/twitter-powerpoint-slides Use Twitter in PowerPoint ... as a voting tool
Try it now: How would you use Twitter as a presenter?
If people tweet and include "@poll", we'll pick it up as fast as Twitter allows.
With Poll Everywhere, you can invite people to tweet a short comment directly to your slide in real-time, while still blocking inappropriate or off-topic tweets. You can also ask multiple choice questions and watch a graph evolve as people vote.
iPetitions ... Online petitions http://www.ipetitions.com/ iPetitions ... Online petition
iPetitions takes the power of the internet to transform society and places it in the hands of ordinary people.
With iPetitions, you don't have to be a technical whiz or corporate behemoth to get your voice heard. We give you the tools and community to create your own sophisticated online campaign.
All you have to do is write a petition in support of your cause. We help you gather support from around the world.
PollDaddy http://www.polldaddy.com/ With your free account from PollDaddy you can now create surveys and polls for your website, blog and social network profiles.
Find out what your visitors are thinking today. Create your surveys and polls using our custom templates or create your own. Use our in-depth reporting engine to aggregate, print and export your results.
Create Forms Directly in Google Docs http://tinyurl.com/5h27qd Create Forms Directly in Google Docs
After selecting the Form option, Google opens a wizard that lets you add questions, email or embed the form.
The form saves all the changes automatically and you can now reorder the questions using drag-and-drop.
Go2Poll http://www.go2poll.com/ Go2Poll
Go2poll is an online Free Remotely Hosted Poll Service. You can create your own multiple polls and easily plug them into your web site. Web Polls is an alternative way to increase hit rate to your site. Some features of Go2Poll are unlimited variants of answers for defined question,Unlimited polls per account, etc. You can get your own polling, voting or survey system or voting booth services by Sign Free Poll.
Add to Free Vote, Poll or Survey to your web site a Great webmaster tool is interactive polls.
Full online poll or survey creator or quizzes admin control panel to update your polls, surveys, voting booth or quizzes Get Free poll by Sign-up
Poll Builder http://chnm.gmu.edu/tools/polls/ The Poll Builder provides a free, simple, one-step process to create polls that you can embed in your Web pages. You can select the background color for the poll and have up to 5 possible responses.
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