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Glowing university course evaluations

Posted by Ralph  |  June 20, 2012

University course evaluation: Student comments

As we already mentioned in our blog some months ago, many of our earliest users have been college/university educators in the US & Canada. The most common environments where polltogo has been used (based on the teachers that reached out to us) are large auditoriums and medium-sized university lecture halls. Now that summer has arrived […]

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polltogo in Market Research?

Posted by Ralph  |  April 19, 2012

polltogo logo (blue reverse silhouette)

Yes, it’s possible.  In fact, it turns out that polltogo presents certain advantages! To be honest, when we started working on polltogo, we hadn’t anticipated that our platform could be useful in this field, surely full of other more advanced or existing solutions… But time and again, while we have been out giving talks or […]

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Live interaction for art galleries

Posted by Eric  |  October 21, 2011


The fun part with polltogo is that even if it’s primarily targeted at speakers, teachers, event organizers, speakers, etc., i.e. people who need to interact with their audience live, it can also prove useful in many other situations. One usage we did not really anticipate when we started working on polltogo: offering visitors the possibility […]

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Student engagement in the classroom

Posted by Ralph  |  October 6, 2011

[photo credit: flickr/velkr0]

Coinciding with the “back to school” season in many parts of the world these past few weeks, we’ve happily noticed some usage of polltogo by educators. Some notable hot spots have been universities in Ontario, Indiana and Texas. Though there is little consensus among academics as to how to define engagement, one thing is easy […]

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