Wednesday, January 5, 2011
Let's Go Vote!
A new resource similar to Polleverywhere has just emerged and it is very simple to use. It is called Let's Go Vote and uses texting messaging from any cell phone to vote. It works in the USA, Canada and Swaziland. You can create a free account that will allow up to 20 votes per poll. It also allows you to create a poll with a "right or wrong" answer that can show up after the voting results are in. In addition, you can move from one poll to the next without having to go back to the main screen, so it is easy to have multiple question voting. There are no advertisements on it. It is simple to use and another option for sms polling for the classroom!
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