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pollster2

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Modification of the original Pollster polling tool; adding features to increase utility

 

The original Pollster has been released under a Creative Commons license, and can be found on display at the ICT Library (SLurl) in Second Life. If you are unable to find a display please contact me.

 

New Features

  • Object interacts with server-side script, which then connects with database, drawing text and options for polling from a specified "Choices" activity in Moodle.
  • Results of each polling item are then written to the Moodle database, results being available in the Moodle site.

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  • Presenter has preview of prompt in HUD, able to scroll through prompts and select which prompt to display at any time.

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Feature Requests

 

Add textures to panels to represent options, such as A B C D or Strongly Agree, Disagree, Strongly Disagree (replacing colors with textures of these).

 

Ability to select prompts out of order (pick which prompt gets displayed)

 

Ability to switch between response option configurations; offering five, six, up to ten answer options for each prompt.

 

Poll results sent to external script (which writes to database or XML file).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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