What is Sli.do?
Sli.do is a web-based polling tool, that enables participants to be polled in real-time by a presenter. Participants can also anonymously ask questions which can then be voted on (“liked”) by other participants. The “ask a question” feature could also be used to gather opinions of participants and enable popular opinions or answers to be “liked”.
What can it do?
- Pose different types of questions such as multiple choice (single answer), multiple choice (multiple answer), free response, scale/rating.
- Receive responses from your audience (3 polls per event for free version).
- View the results in real-time.
- Participants can pose their own questions to the presenter (these can be moderated in the paid version).
- Participants can vote on other participants questions.
- There is an add-on so sli.do can be used in prezi.
- Mobile app enables participants to follow presentation on their mobile devices.
Download it now
- You can access it via the web at https://www.sli.do/
How could it be used for learning, teaching and assessment?
- To check understanding of teaching content within a live session.
- Gain instant feedback from students during a live session on their learning experiences.
- Encourage reflection around the topics covered within a session.
- Ask students to discuss their answers in pairs before revealing the correct response.
- Encourage students to ask questions, and “vote up” areas of interest/need more support in.
- Go to https://app.sli.do/event/bcrbqutx/vote
- Take part in the poll
- View results here: https://www.sli.do/event/bcrbqutx/wall
- Return to https://app.sli.do/event/bcrbqutx/vote and click on Ask
- Write a question for the presenter
- If other questions are visible vote on the ones you like.
Before using any mobile application or online service please check the terms and conditions to ensure you are aware of the implications of using the service. In particular, look out for items covering data security, ownership of content and public/private sharing options.
If you would like further support to get an idea of how you could use Sli-do within learning and teaching, please contact the Technology Enhanced Learning team on firstname.lastname@example.org or ext 1865.