Poll Everywhere app allows you to: Easily access Instructor’s session of questions Respond instantly Download App The Poll Everywhere app is available on iOS 9.0 or later and Android 4.4 tablets and phones. Download on your Apple® device Download on your Android™ device Log in to app Click on the Three Bar symbol at the
What is Poll Everywhere? Poll Everywhere is a real-time polling assessment, clicker-free student response system. Polls can presented through Poll Everywhere’s website, Google Slides, PowerPoint, or Keynote. The audience can respond by visiting a webpage, texting or through the app. Can present through: website, Google Slides, PowerPoint, or Keynote. Audience response by: website, apps, or
Blackboard app is Blackboard’s brand new mobile application that gives students a quick and easy way to access courses, interact with instructor and other students, and view content. Quickly view course content Submit assignments. Upload media from Google Drive™, OneDrive®, and Dropbox. Take test View grades and feedback from instructos View announcements Participate in discussions
Bb Grader is Blackboard’s brand new tablet application that gives instructors a quick and easy way to grade and provide feedback. Measure student success anytime, anywhere. View a detailed list of all submissions Use the tablet’s microphone and camera to record audio and feedback Includes some features from the Blackboard Learn Retention Center The Blackboard
In a recent blog, I expressed some of the difficulties that come with choosing technologies. I stand by these claims, but I don’t want anyone to give up just because it’s difficult. In fact, I believe now more than ever it is necessary to make a habit of consistently upgrading our knowledge of technologies. I
With the increased use of iPads for teaching, faculty are asking what the best Apps are for use in the classroom. Unfortunately doing a google search on that topic produces a pretty scattered (and dated) list of App links. I found one promising list that way, but the rest of them were basically dead ends.