VotApedia is an audience response system that operates live and without the need for specialised devices or infrastructure beyond a web browser and access to mobile phones.
Surveys are in simple multiple choice question form and respondents simply dial a telephone number to record their preferences. Responses are captured instantly and can be displayed as a web page in a browser and it is free to vote as the call isn't answered.
Audience response systems are widely used for education, but not commonly in Australia. By removing the complication and expense of specialised voting hardware, VotApedia offers real benefits as an aid for Australian educational institutions.
VotApedia is intended for co-located audiences but also works with remotely distributed audiences - a requirement which previously required a different class of application.
Visit the VotApedia website for more information.
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