Wednesday, June 27, 2012

How to Utilize Survey & Polling Tools with Web 2.0 OER!



Getting stuck on a web 2.0 tool?  
Check out Web 2.0 OER the user's manual to everything web 2.0.!!!

Many people contact me to write a review of their site, and I love to help out.  When Mohamed Amin Embi (Ph.D) asked for me to check his site out, I was overwhelmed with the potential of this amazing tool. In today's classroom, we are all using some form of technology on some level.  Whether we consider ourselves experts or we're just getting started, we could all use a helpful tip every now and then.  Some of the most useful technology tools out there have little glitches or specific terminology that can kill our efforts to use them.  Dr. Amin has set out to help get us past those glitches and using the technology in the way that best suits our purposes.


This resource really is THE BEST "go to" site to teach you about All things Technology!

I highly recommend checking it out!  You'll be SO GLAD you did!

Web 2.0 OER (Open Educational Resources), initiated by Dr. Amin, is dedicated to providing an easy-to-follow guide and just-in-time training on various Web 2.0 tools that can be easily integrated into teaching and learning.  I know teachers everywhere will really fall in love with this time saving resource.  The tools presented by Dr Amin are amazing and truly useful to all teachers, regardless of grade level, the type of school you teach at, or experience level with technology.

Web 2.0 Survey and Polling Tools is the first in a series of reviews that we will be doing at Kleinspiration for Dr. Amin's guides to Open Educational Resources. Having previously reviewed his original guide to Web 2.0 here last year, Dr. Amin reached out to me this year to let our readers know about some new tools available that he has created which we will be reviewing in depth over the next few months.


Here is an example of the content included for learning about the survey and polling tool, Survey Monkey: (this is just one example many tools included in the site)



Survey Monkey

Dr. Amin starts you off as early in the process as possible-getting a username/login
  

Moving into product application, the step by step instructions help you stay on course to success.




 Integration to your routine is made easy, as Web 2.0 OER takes you from step 1 of a project all the way through completion and application.









The Scribd Book on Survey Tools
Web 2.0 Survey & Polling Tools: A Quick Guide




Other content includes this same format of information for web 2.0 survey tools such as: 

Obsurvey, Polldaddy, Survey Tool, Kwik Surveys, Flisti, Poll Everywhere, Zoomerang, Fluid Surveys, and Quizsnack

and other web 2.0 tools such as:

Facebook, Twitter, Blog, Wordpress, LinkedIn, SlideShare, YouTube, Flickr, Scribd, Flickr, Evernote, VoiceThread, WallWisher, WikiSpaces, GoogleDocs, Skype, Elluminate, ZohoShow, Delicious, Diigo, Jing, GoAnimate, FlipSnack, Zoho Challenge, Issuu, Myebook, Calaemo, Sliderocket, and much more

These are just a few of the amazing FREE resources available on Web 2.0 OER.

Click Here to Check Out the complete guide to Web 2.0 Tools!

Please feel free to blog about this great resource and share the wonderful information Dr. Amin created to help educators and students.  I am so thankful for the generous work he's done for education and I hope we can spread the word about this wonderful

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Disclosure: Web 2.0 OER is a contributing sponsor of Kleinspiration.

3 comments:

  1. Useful tips here. It is very helpful for me because I can to know about these things. This is very nice post! I will bookmark this blog.
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  2. Very nice to see this post. I will bookmark this blog, so nice.

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  3. Use www.sogosurvey.com for poll .create a poll, publish them on your twitter and FB profiles and let your friends and followers pariticipate in them.

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