Tag: take a poll

Google Forms is a free online tool that simplifies the process of creating online forms, surveys, and saving the information submitted. Google Forms can be used to gauge student comprehension at the beginning and end of a class or a semester, to receive feedback from students or for collaborators outside the classroom, or to collect […]

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April 28, 2020

Ed (or ‘Ed discussion’) is an online threaded discussion platform that supports document and image upload, math equations, embedded video, runnable code snippets, and image annotation. Discussion board posts can be categorized, private, or even anonymous. Student responses can be ‘endorsed’ and instructor feedback provided. Why use ED? Threaded discussions with entries/ answers that can […]

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April 28, 2020

Qualtrics is a survey platform used by scholars and researchers to gather data. Qualtrics, along with a statistical package to further analyze findings. Princeton has a site license administered through the Princeton Survey Research Center. Why Use Qualtrics? Qualtrics is an industry-standard tool, known for good survey practice at Princeton, Qualtrics has the oversight of […]

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April 28, 2020

Mentimeter is a web-based application that allows live audiences to participate in polls using their mobile devices. Questions can be asked in a variety of ways, inlcuding multiple choice, open-ended text responses, word clouds, scales, ranking, or quizzes. Results are tabulated and displayed on the presenter’s screen and can be downloaded afterwards as a pdf […]

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April 28, 2020

iClicker is a student response system that provides instant feedback during lecture. The use of in-class polling promotes active learning and gathers information about comprehension and consensus. iClicker receives student input two ways — either from an app on a mobile device, or from a mechanical “clicker” with five buttons, A – E. Both methods […]

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April 27, 2020