Engaging with Zoom Polling
“People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care” – Theodore Roosevelt
Connect, engage, and learn about your audience by polling them. When you invite them to actively participate in your presentation and seek their input they are more likely to get more out of your presentation. Elevate your teaching with Zoom polling, you can pre-configure polling questions (step by step) or create polling questions on the fly (Polling icon in your session toolbar). Consider the benefits of collecting individual student names or make your poll responses anonymous. Lastly, you may decide to download your poll responses for later review. With pre-planning and little bit of practice, you can engage your audience with Zoom Polling.
Haven’t used the Zoom Polling feature yet? Learn more about Zoom Polling for Meetings to get started. We look forward to hearing about the creative ways to utilize Zoom Polling into your live sessions. Then, come to our optional Virtual Open Lab via Zoom on Thursday, December 2, 2021 at 1:00-2:00 p.m. to practice, ask questions, etc. You can also contact us (Educational Technologist) for help. Lastly, there will be an opportunity at the end of this 4-part microlearning series to earn a badge of achievement.
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