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Multiple Literacies & Web 2.0

ShaZam! Multiple Literacies in the 21st Century School Library

Flisti (Educational Technology and Mobile Learning Blog)

http://flisti.com/

This is another great simple poll tool. It is very easy to use and resembles Kwiqpoll in that it does not call for any sign up. Just head over to its main page and start working on your poll. You can add as many answers as you want to your poll. Again , you can embed your polls in your blog, wiki or website

PollDaddy (Educational Technology and Mobile Learning Blog)

https://polldaddy.com/

This is another popular polling service that allows users to create free polls and surveys containing up to ten questions. 

PollSnack

http://www.pollsnack.com/

This tool is in the list of Teachers Quiz tools also. It has an option for users to create their polls and share them online. It is also just as easy and simple as the other tools mentioned above. From the Educational Technology and Mobile Learning Blog

Poll Junkie (Educational Technology and Mobile Learning Blog)

http://www.polljunkie.com/

This is a free real-time geographic survey and polling tool which has also the same basic functions as most of the tools above. There is also a featured tutorial on its homepage to walk you through the process of creating a survey. It requires a registration.

Kwiqpoll (Educational Technology and Mobile Learning Blog)

http://kwiqpoll.com/

This is a simple poll making tool. It does not require any registration. Just visit the homepage and start creating  you poll right away. You have the choice to provide multiple choice answers. You will also be provided with a generated URL to use when sharing your polls.

Vorbeo (Educational Technology and Mobile Learning Blog)

http://vorbeo.com/


This is another free and simple to use poll tool. Teachers can use it to create their own polls and customize them the way they want by adding colours, adjusting width and many more before sharing them on their blogs or websites.

Obsurvey (Educational Technology and Mobile Learning Blog)

http://obsurvey.com/

This is a great utility for creating instant surveys. It is dead simple, just visit its main page , type in your questions and answers using their text editor and there you go.

Poll Everywhere

https://www.polleverywhere.com/

This is a great polling tool. I could not go ahead with my list without mentioning it here. It has different pricing plans and also has a free plan but very limited and allows for just 40 responses per poll. From the Educational Technology and Mobile Learning Blog.

Micropoll (Educational Technology and Mobile Learning Blog)

http://www.micropoll.com/

Micropoll allows users to instantly create a poll using a set of questions and answers then one email address. It also provides embed codes to share polls online.

Kwik Survey (Educational Technology and Mobile Learning Blog)

http://kwiksurvey.com/

This is another great polling service. It allows users to design their own surveys, form, polls and feedback forms. It is free but it does require a sign up.

Yarp (Educational Technology and Mobile Learning Blog)

http://yarp.com/

This is another easy and simple poll creating tool. It basically allows users to create their own surveys or online invitations. It does not require any registration

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