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Webinars are fast overtaking phone and conference calls for meetings of all kinds. Very pleased to see Meetoo included in Liesha Petrovich’s article in the Huffington Post about group meeting tools and trends for 2016.
How 34 speakers and over 150 delegates used an engagement app within their sessions to explore the main themes and barriers to engaging employees.
There is a lively, and intensifying, media debate at present concerning both the mechanics of teaching in High Education and the extent to which students are becoming overly pampered and protected. Meetoo has become involved in this debate as a consequence of its capacity to enable students to ask questions anonymously in the lecture theatre.
Aleksandra Perisic looks at the benefits of exit tickets and why it makes sense to do it via an app.
Many teachers and lecturers find exit tickets are a great safety valve at the end of a lecture or class. They monitor whether students have fully grasped the topic – and at what depth.
In this case study, Inceptive Technical Direction share how any meeting or event can achieve fantastic engagement levels whilst also banishing ‘death by Powerpoint’ in the process.
Pepper meets Meetoo at Event Tech Live 2016. I have done my fair share of events and exhibitions, but this was my first event with a robot.
...Not this year! We’re VERY pleased to report that Meetoo (by Lumi) was awarded ‘Best use of Technology for Analytics, Data Collection & Insight’ at the 2016 Event Technology Awards at the Supernova by London Embankment on Wednesday.
Last month Meetoo Product Manager Matt Kelly explained how customer feedback was so important to the development of Meetoo. True to his word, he’s kept listening to your requests and come up with another addition – this time specifically for our customers in education. To find out more I caught up with Amie Fletcher from the Meetoo Education Team.
Meetoo can be deployed to transform almost any kind of meeting with any number of attendees, all you need to have is a want to get everyone engaged.
The smartphone has become an essential part of everyday life. We use it for everything from keeping in touch with friends and family to monitoring the weather and traffic and reading up on the news or other topics we enjoy.