Sometimes getting started with technology can feel daunting. Being short on time and deciding how to use the technology is often the hardest part, not setting it up.
Here are some 1-2 minute 'easy win videos' to give you simple and quick ways to integrate Vevox in your lectures allowing you to:
- Get feedback from your students,
- Keep them engaged and
- Improve understanding.
Easy wins - videos
1. Create your first poll
Showing you how to set up your first poll quickly and how to get students or participants to join your session.
2. Word cloud
Use Word cloud type of polls to check the mood of your audience or students. A short look at how to set it up.
3. Anonymous Q&A
Are you struggling to get engagement from your students or participants? Why not use the anonymous Question & Answer (Q&A) functionality to get them all talking?
4. Asynchronous surveys
Asynchronous surveys do not require real-time interaction; instead, the survey is available online for students to access and complete when it best suits their schedules.
5. Quick Knowledge Check
Why not check your students or participants' knowledge before you move on to new content? Asking questions via the polling helps them better retain the information.
6. Provoke discussion with polling
Helping you to easily create open discussions with your students by breaking the ice to your next class or session.
7. Facilitate discussion with Q&A
Capture and facilitate your student or participant disucssions online, or in a class set up. This shows you how to post host messages, how to highlight some comments, sort it by most liked and then clearing the comments once you have discussed it.
8. Convert what you’ve got
This explains how to use the PowerPoint Add-in to convert your current Turning point slides into Vevox polls. And then using slide show mode to launch the poll.