Maynooth University staff can use SSO (Single Sign-On) to access Vevox, allowing staff to login with their Maynooth University login credentials.
Please click on the link https://maynooth.vevox.com to login.
If have queries on setting up accounts/managing Vevox, or experience issues, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The TEL team at the Centre for Teaching and Learning will run workshops/webinars on getting started with Vevox throughout each semester. You may find some useful guides on this page
No. They can answer all polls and questions straight from their internet browser without needing to download any app. They simply type in https://vevox.app into a browser, enter the 9-digit Session ID (which they get from your session), and they are ready to go. Alternatively, if there is a QR code displayed, they can simply open their camera app on their phone, and when they move the lens over the code, a link will appear for them to click to access the session.
You can switch seamlessly between asking polling questions, getting feedback and comments with the Q&A message board, showing quiz leader boards, and having surveys completed. All within one session.
This depends on the type of package you have.
- Free account: up to 100 participants/students
- Institution plan: Up to 5000 participants/students (this is the plan currently active for Maynooth University staff).
Yes, it does. Vevox uses present view to display polling, Q&A, surveys, and quizzes to participants. It is easy to share your screen from within the Teams app.
Note: the text question type will only display the responses but not the ‘correct answer option’ in Teams.
Contact email@example.com with any queries you may have
No, Vevox does not work offline. You need an internet connection when you set up your questions or when presenting to your students, so they can see the audience display. Your students would also need an internet connection (Wi-Fi or data) to participate in your polls for the results to show live.
The only exception comes into play when using the PowerPoint add-in function. When you use this function, you can set up, edit, and make changes to your slides & questions working in offline mode. However, when presenting your slides (in PowerPoint) you must be online to launch your session and open the polls to participants.