AddPoll is a versatile and easy to use website to develop polls, surveys, forms, and quizzes. I was impressed with the different templates that were available for each type.
This is the first site I’ve worked in that has a “forms” option. I’m thinking about using this site to develop on-site consent forms for research participants if I decide to do an action research project as my Capstone Experience. I can see this also being valuable for a person who has a website and wants to capture information about the visitors to the website or to allow visitors to submit questions.
For today’s product, I decided to create a 20-question quiz based on US Government and History topics:
When someone takes this test, I receive an email notification of a new completion of the test. The website dashboard gives me detailed information regarding each test completion. I can see how each question was answered and can export the results to PDF, Excel, or Word.
This is a great tool for a teacher to survey or assess students at the convenience of the student or to get quick poll responses in the classroom. I’ll definitely be using this tool in the future.