Standard voting tools are aimed at providing multiple-choice or numeric feedback from the classroom to engage students in the classroom session. However, in radiology teaching is not about multiple-choice or numeric feedback but about knowing anatomy and how to interpret images. We therefore developed i2vote where students can vote by providing a location on an image. All image locations entered are collected and can be shown by the teacher on the projection screen.
The proof of concept of i2vote is finished and available at www.i2vote.nl. It is already used at multiple departments within the UMCG and outside. Also internationally it has been used for conferences and teaching sessions. The current implementation is however not sustainable. Therefore current focus is on finding a partner that could take over maintenance and drive i2vote into the next phase by defining an underlying business model.
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