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5 reasons why word cloud polling is popular and powerful

5 reasons why word cloud polling is popular and powerful

We think there are 5 main reasons why word cloud polls are being used so vastly and why they have become loved by presenters and audiences all around the world… 

By: Ben Waugh
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Polling app myths: Dispelling the 3 counter main arguments

Polling app myths: Dispelling the 3 counter main arguments

As more and more universities are making the switch over to polling apps from clickers, the reasons for choosing clickers over polling apps are becoming more invalid, redundant and harder to justify. Let’s discuss the main counter arguments to live polling apps and why there no longer important to lecturers and Universities.

By: Ben Waugh
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Why everyone is moving from clickers to polling software

Why everyone is moving from clickers to polling software

In this article, we share the 4 main reasons why polling software is now unrivalled compared to the old clicker based student response systems. We also reference some examples of the key drivers behind institutions switching from clickers to the highest independently-rated polling solution on the market that is Meetoo.

By: Ben Waugh
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Better together: How Meetoo compliments other technology

Better together: How Meetoo compliments other technology

When contemplating the use of engagement technology, one of the main considerations is whether the mix of the chosen technologies work together. The great news for anyone thinking of using Meetoo for their audience engagement platform is that Meetoo can be used in combination with many other ‘event tech’ essentials.

By: Ben Waugh
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How Meetoo supports Self-Regulated Learning

How Meetoo supports Self-Regulated Learning

Self-regulated learning is becoming increasingly relevant in Higher Education as institutions continually look to improve academic results and the student experience. In this blog we take a look at how Meetoo can be used support self-regulated learning in the era of learning analytics.

By: Sophie Thomas
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Why Meetoo’s PowerPoint Polling integration is voted number 1

Why Meetoo’s PowerPoint Polling integration is voted number 1

More than half of Meetoo’s clients choose to run their live voting through PowerPoint so it’s something we have lent significant attention to over the years. The following four points explain what sets Meetoo’s PowerPoint polling integration apart, however the most important piece of advice we can give is simply to ‘try before you buy’.

By: Peter Eyre
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The 6 mistakes you're making with your PowerPoint slides

The 6 mistakes you're making with your PowerPoint slides

PowerPoint presentations have got a bad reputation, primarily due to user error. In this blog we highlight the common mistakes and help to rectify them.

By: Sophie Thomas
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5 tricks to become a PowerPoint polling pro!

5 tricks to become a PowerPoint polling pro!

Deciding to use PowerPoint polling is just the first step, but equally as important as choosing the right polling tool is making sure you’re doing it right. In this article, we will share 5 essential tips and tricks for mastering polls in PowerPoint like a pro!

By: Ben Waugh
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Top ten reasons customers LOVE Meetoo for Live Polling and Q&A…

Top ten reasons customers LOVE Meetoo for Live Polling and Q&A…

Ok, this may look a bit self-indulgent, but if you’re in the process of deciding which is the right tool for your live voting and Q&A then perhaps the words and thoughts of our customers, in handy ‘Top 10’ format, might just help. This article aims to provide a straight answer to the question our prospective customers rightly ask… ‘Why should I choose you?’

By: Peter Eyre
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6 effective ways to use word clouds to increase audience engagement

6 effective ways to use word clouds to increase audience engagement

Word clouds can be used in many ways to engage an audience and for collecting feedback, but here are 6 effective and popular ways to utilize word clouds for your presentations.  

By: Ben Waugh
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