Staff Guide: Vevox

Vevox formerly known as Meetoo is an inclass voting system and discussion tool that can help students engage in activities during a lecture or workshop.

Vevox is an inclass voting system and discussion tool that can help students engage in activities during a lecture or workshop.

Accessing Vevox

You can create a Vevox account via Canvas. Vevox staff accounts uses the Microsoft login and username@ljmu.ac.uk and LJMU password to log in to Vevox.

  • Tutors can access Vevox via Canvas course menu
  • Tutors can also login directly, create and run sessions from https://ljmu.vevox.com/  (you may want to save this to your browser favourites)
  • Students use the url https://vevox.app to interact with your session (or they can download the app from the Google Play or Apple app stores) Vevox App Accessibility Statement

Good Practice

Here's out blog post summarising tips and techniques by LJMU teaching staff:

Good Practice Post: Active Learning with Vevox

You may also be interested in our vevox user group.

Case Studies

DEMONSTRATION OF USING CLICKER QUESTIONS AND CLASSROOM DISCUSSION. Eric Mazur

CASE STUDY: USING PANOPTO FOR LIVE AND RECORDED LECTURES AND Q&A SESSIONS. Shane has used Panopto at LJMU and in previous institutions to support students’ learning from and interacting with pre-recorded lecture content.

Known issue

Panopto: If you want to record using powerpoint that is using vevox you will need to record the session using the option to 'capture the screen' rather than 'capture the powerpoint'

As in the settings below:

capture

The Vevox PowerPoint Add-in for Windows PCs:

You can create an account and a session by going to the Vevox menu item on the Canvas Course menu.

Read this Blog Post: Vevox/Canvas LTI (Staff)

Once this is created you can use the PowerPoint Add-In.

Follow this guide to authenticate the vevox add-in

The Vevox Add-In is available on all LJMU PCs. If you are using a Windows PC you can download the Add-In here.

Here are all the user guides for PowerPoint by Vevox.

 

Accessibility