Learning Technology@LJMU

Vevox – in class polling (STAFF DEVELOPMENT)

Vevox is a technology that facilitates polling or the raising of questions via mobile devices in training, meetings, classes and conferences.

It is a very flexible, easy to use system that could be utilised in a variety of ways. There are two basic functions: running a poll and allowing others to respond to a given topic. These can be created and delivered via the web or a powerpoint slide, and the audience can respond via any web enabled device, e.g. phone, tablet, or laptop. This session will provide you with hands on training.


Video of the introduction to this session

Video of the session

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Case Studies

University of Southampton: Why the School of Health Sciences uses Vevox

Watch the video below to hear from James Wilson, a teaching fellow at University of Southampton, explaining how Vevox helps students to engage in lectures and to create a collaborative discussion.

Threshold Concepts, Flipped Lessons and Vevox

Dr Olaniyi discusses her experience of using Vevox with a flipped learning approach and details the effect this on student success.



The process of how to book on training sessions has changed. Guidance is available to help you through the new process.

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To book onto a session please click on your preferred date to be directed to the booking page.

Tuesday 2nd November 2021, 15:00 - 16:00

Thursday 25th November 2021, 13:30 - 14:30

Vevox run their own training events once a week. Please video this page to sign up for a session delivered by Vevox