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A new iPhone application allows professors to receive instant feedback from all of their students. A teacher can pose a question and, instead of getting a single response, can view answers from all of the students in the class.
The Wired Campus reports:
"The application lets professors set up instant polls in various formats. They can ask true-or-false questions or multiple-choice questions, and they can allow for free-form responses. The software can quickly sort and display the answers so that a professor can view responses privately or share them with the class by projecting them on a screen."
This iPhone technology may prove to be very useful for online settings, particularly classes that are conducted via video conference.Did you enjoy this article?