[teknoids] What's your current favorite polling tech for the classroom?

Moore, Gary GMOORE at law.sc.edu
Thu Aug 26 14:03:50 EDT 2021

We recommend to our faculty to use Microsoft Forms.  Our School of Law staff departments use it heavily (I use it for surveys a lot).  Wish it had a Word Cloud feature, but it’s worked well.     We used to use Poll Everywhere and the word cloud feature wasn’t used much to justify a separate app when we have a University license with Microsoft.

We have a number of faculty that had been using iClickers, but usage has dropped a lot since Covid.




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From: Teknoids <teknoids-bounces at lists.teknoids.net> On Behalf Of Steve Hyatt
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Subject: [teknoids] What's your current favorite polling tech for the classroom?

For years we've used Turning Point clickers. We are now looking for a change. I'm curious what the hip kids are doing these days. What polling tech are YOU using in your classrooms?

Steve Hyatt | Information Technology Manager
UA Little Rock - William H. Bowen School of Law
501.916.3995 (o)
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