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Poll everywhere

  1. 1. PollEverywhere.com<br />PollEverywhere.com<br />PollEverywhere.com<br />Easy like Sunday morning<br />Easy like Sunday morning<br />Easy like Sunday morning<br />By: Kelly Warren<br />
  2. 2. Easy to sign up<br />All you have to do is go to: PollEverywhere.com<br />Click: Sign Up<br />Enter: Full Name, email, and create a password<br />Check box if you’re an educator<br />Choose Country for which texting will be coming from<br />Check box to Agree to Terms of Service..<br />Click: Sign up for Account<br />
  3. 3. Create a Poll<br />Choose a poll template:<br /><ul><li>Multiple Choice
  4. 4. Free text
  5. 5. Goal </li></ul>For my demonstration I chose to ask: “What kind of phone do you have?” with Answers: “Android”, “Blackberry”, “iPhone”, or “Other”.<br />I created it and even shared it on Facebook, although you can send the link wherever you want. <br />
  6. 6. Participants<br />To participate in the poll; you need to either click on the link, or in Facebook click on the icon on the message.<br />The link will then open in the status area and prompt you to TEXT a CODE of your choice for whatever answer you choose.<br />
  7. 7. Waiting for Results<br />Results show almost immediately and you can watch it in real-time.<br />
  8. 8. Fun to use<br />After you start getting results, it gets addicting to use. <br />You will want to make even more polls after your first one. <br />
  9. 9. Use for Classroom Attendance<br />Would be great for teachers to use in the classroom to take attendance, to give students a hands on approach.<br />The only drawback is to make sure they know to put cell phones away after doing attendance poll. <br />
  10. 10. Use for business meetings<br />Lets say you want to find out what the majority vote is on a business policy without knowing who said what.<br />It’s great for anonymous voting<br />
  11. 11. Use for Evaluations<br />When students do teacher evaluations, it’s great because it gives students a more hands on approach. <br />It’s also moving with technology and students should be thrilled that they are allowed to use their cell phone.<br />
  12. 12. Use for Elections<br />Would be a great idea for Political Elections because you can only vote once from a number.<br />That would eliminate extra votes from appearing out of thin air.<br />
  13. 13. Try it today!<br />PollEverywhere.com<br />

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