Unfotunately I wasn’t sent the URL for this webinar and struggled to get hold of it until 30 minutes into the session (note to self: prepare for this when running own webinars), but joined at the point that everyone was having a practical go with Peerwise. Peerwise is free software, which seems pretty intuitive:
Students use PeerWise to create and to explain their understanding of course related assessment questions, and to answer and discuss questions created by their peers.
This webinar was to feedback from a JISC-funded project — read more on :
See a few screenshots from ‘playing’:
Have you used Peerwise? How do you find it? To what pedagogical purposes can you put it?
Digiexplorer (not guru), Senior Lecturer in Digital Marketing @ Manchester Metropolitan University. Interested in digital literacy and digital culture in the third sector (especially faith). Author of ‘Raising Children in a Digital Age’, regularly checks hashtag #DigitalParenting.