Online survey or audience response tools are powerful for capturing opinions and understanding your students or colleagues better. 

To Do:

  1. Explore an online survey tool. 
  2. Experiment by creating and conducting a five-question survey of your peers about ways to use technology-enabled activities.
    • Users of the Google suite might try Google Forms, which store data in a spreadsheet stored in your drive (and can be embedded in other sites). Other survey tools like Mentimeter, Socrative, and Poll Everywhere more survey tools listed in the Extend Toolkit.
  3. Include a link to your activity as your response for this activity.
  4. After you make your submission, save the web address to your response (found in the green confirmation box) so you can use it later for your badge submission form. 

This activity is part of the Let’s Experiment section of the Experimenter Module.

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  • Tech Tool Survey – Mentimeter Wins
    by Joanna MacDougall (@Joanna MacDougall)

    I created a survey for my colleagues about their use of technology tools in the classroom. I created the same survey using Poll Everywhere, MS Forms and Mentimeter and then tried each out on my cell phone as a participant. Each tool permits creation of the survey on a mobile device as well and are more… »

  • Poll Everywhere for Class Engagement
    by Ana Maria Peric (@anamaria.peric)

    I chose to use Poll Everywhere to engage students more through zoom, and assessed their knowledge at the end of a tutorial using this tool. I found that is was a fun and engaging way to end to session, and gave me valuable feedback about where some gaps may still exits. I have attached the more… »

  • Updated info as requested (Survey)
    by David Schenk (@dschenk)

    Updated info as requested:  see attached pdf with all 3 : Polls (#1) – easy to use, embedded in zoom (all students are familiar with zoom), instant feedback for the class, keeps class engaged, results can be saved for analysis   Hi David,   Thank you so much for the detailed information ! Please include more… »

  • Experimenter -Surveys /Polls
    by David Schenk (@dschenk)

    I have attached a pdf summary: Experimenter -Surveys /Polls

  • Experimenter #1 – Surveying
    by Andrew Molas (@amolas)

    Please find my sample survey from Mentimeter that I could use in my teaching

  • Use of technology to support student learning, survey
    by Heather Melo (@Heather)

    I have not yet used Poll Everywhere to create course content to support student learning. I took this opportunity to explore what Poll Everywhere had to offer. It was easy to navigate. I feel that I will continue to use Poll Everywhere to support student activities!  

  • Google – for all kinds of information!
    by Lorinda Seward (@Lorinda)

    I have no experience using this type of application, so because I use the Google suite of products, I tried out Google Forms.  I was really impressed with how easy it is to create questions that have different response options.   If you don’t get the questions in the right order, you can re-order them more… »

  • Surveying with Socrative
    by Kendra Allen (@Kendra)

    I used Socrative since I had seen it used but never used it myself. Creating the survey itself was fairly simple including making modifications and changing the order of the questions. However, when it came to launching the survey or making it accessible, I could not see a way to share the quiz with learners more… »

  • Surveying faculty at Conestoga College
    by Farah Shafie (@fnshafie)

    I used Survey Monkey to survey fellow faculty at Conestoga College. The purpose of my survey is to get an idea of the length different fauculty have been teaching, the different tools faculties are using for their online classes and in person classes, is it difficult to keep students engaged the entire semester, and how more… »

  • Survey
    by Lori Martin (@LMartin)

    I used Mentimeter to create a survey. I was able to add different style of slides (multiple choice, sliding scale).

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