Share your input on technological tools for student polling/class engagement

During the COVID-19 emergency, University Technology ([U]Tech) worked with Case Western Reserve University leadership to provide technologies to facilitate remote teaching and learning that are not part of our regular suite of services. Although normal campus operations have resumed, some faculty members have integrated applications into their teaching that are not part of our campuswide technologies (including Canvas, Echo360 and Zoom).

Over the course of this academic year, [U]Tech will reach out to members of the Case Western Reserve University community to seek input from faculty, staff and students about teaching and learning technologies, including what technologies they are already using or would like to in the future.

[U]Tech will use various means of gaining faculty and student feedback, including direct, brief surveys that will take five minutes or less, meetings with academic leadership, participation in departmental meetings when invited, as well as by working with the Office of the Provost and Faculty Senate.

The process will begin with a brief faculty survey on student polling/class engagement tools. 

Faculty members are invited to provide their input on the use of student polling/class engagement/quick formative assessment technologies—such as Poll Everywhere, iClicker and other tools—by filling out the survey.

If you have any questions or would like to add additional feedback, email