Poll Everywhere Pilot


Start Date: Sept 2017    Proposed End Date: May 2018
❱ Status: Pilot

A six-month pilot to explore the use of live polling using Poll Everywhere and how effective it is in engaging learners.

During the pilot period, members of staff who wish to be involved will be given full access to the range of features that Poll Everywhere includes. They will have a chance to test certain types of polls, see which types of polls work best for their courses and reflect upon the use of the tool.

The pilot will identify the need and use of the tool and an evaluation will be undertaken to understand the benefits of Poll Everywhere to staff and students across the university.

Project Lead: Ben Atkinson-Foster
In collaboration with: ICT, member of the LALT community

What are the aims of this pilot project?

❱ Pilot Poll Everywhere tool
❱ To understand the advantages of using a polling tool within large lectures and the impact this has on engagement with learners
Opportunity for staff and students to trial new software 

Benefits of Poll Everywhere:

❱ Increasing engagement with students
Providing an alternative way of communicating within a large cohort

Supporting Resources

Video support

Project update –

❱ Date:  May 2018

Over 105 staff accounts, with 42853 individual responses over the course of the pilot.

The pilot scheme has so far shown that Poll Everywhere is most used in large lectures with 100+ students. The feedback from those involved in the pilot has been that it increased student’s engagement in this setting and this has been supported by feedback in module evaluations.

❱ Date: February 2018

❱ Date: January 2018

❱ Date: November 2018

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