In addtion to the polling feature in TWEN, the tools below support interactivity in the law school classroom:
1. Strutta – Create not just polls, but online contests as well. Strutta allows teachers to moderate all student content before being posted online.
2. Runpolls – An easy site to use, with a drag & drop interface.
3. Flisti – A simple poll creator that allows users to share with popular social networks.
4. Obsurvey – A great site with a wiki-style interface that allows users to create surveys with different styles of questions, such as multiple choice, true or false, and others.
5. Survey Monkey – One of the best online sites for creating surveys. The free version offers 10 questions per survey, up to 100 responses, and real-time results.
6. Polldaddy – Similar to Survey Monkey, with a nice user interface.
7. Vorbeo – An easy-to-use site that lets users embed a poll directly into their blog or website.
8. Text the Mob – Good site site to use with a large audience. Allows users to text in their responses via a mobile device. Built-in filtering soon to come, which would be ideal for schools.
9. Insightify – A great collaborative website for creating online surveys.
10. Yarp – A fun site to use for creating simple surveys that generates a unique URL.
taken from Tech &Learning (Sept 2010) article by David Kapuler, media and technology specialist at Greendale (Wis.) School District.