Qwizdom Virtual Response (QVR) allows you to use almost any web-enabled device as a student response system, making the most of your existing resources and devices – laptops, tablets and even smart phones.
Simply create an interactive presentation using the Qwizdom Actionpoint plug-in for PowerPoint. Students can then view the presentation from their individual devices, which will prompt them to respond to the question. Using the Actionpoint software tools you can view results in real time or generate performance reports post-session, allowing for continuous assessment and tracking of student progress.
Below are some frequently asked questions on QVR, but for further information and to see QVR in action, stop by stand C16 for a demonstration.
Which devices can be used with Qwizdom Virtual Response (QVR)?
QVR can be used with almost any web-enabled device, including PC’s, laptops, tablets & smart phones.
Is QVR available in app form?
Not yet, but iOs & Android apps for QVR are currently in Beta. QVR can be accessed via the web browser of almost any web-enabled device.
Does QVR require an internet connection in order to work?
Yes, QVR can be used with a wifi or 3G connection, allowing individuals to connect from both inside and outside of your learning environment.
Is QVR a one-off purchase?
Licenses can be purchased either on a one-off fixed term or an annual subscription basis.
How much does it cost?
Complete classroom sets for 32 people including an instructor device start from £299.
How can Qwizdom help me to set up & maintain QVR?
Qwizdom provides free online training for QVR and our technical support team are available Monday to Friday (9am – 5pm) should you require any further assistance.