This guide uses a course poll as an example. The procedure to create a public poll or a network poll is pretty much the same. You just need to go to the right page and select the proper visibility setting.
To create a poll, start by going to your course, within your LMS then click on CN Post. Next, at the top of the page, click on the red pie chart icon. Then, follow the steps below.
Refer to the following screenshot when reading the below steps.
STEP1 (Optional): Create a title for your Poll
STEP2: Write your poll question
STEP3: Select instructor suggested hashtags for your poll
You can choose these based on the content of your poll. If you don’t see any relevant to your poll, create your own!
STEP4: Attach multimedia
You can attach files, images, YouTube videos (as shown on the screenshot), and links and SCORM files. Attaching multimedia helps make your polls interesting. Use the opportunity to share a related article, videos, etc.
STEP5: Choose a question type
STEP6: Enter in your question options and choose whether or not users may make multiple selections
STEP7 (Optional): Enter the correct answer to the question if there is one. Users won’t see the correct answer until they submit their own answer.
STEP8 (Optional): Edit the Poll Settings if necessary
STEP9: Select a visibility setting for your poll
Read more on each visibility setting in the XYZ article
STEP10: Add another question or, click submit – Before completing this step, check out a few of our helpful hints and extras for Polls below!
Refer to the following screenshot when reading the below tips.
TIP1: Add Math Equations
TIP2: Add emojicons or bold your content to make it stand out
TIP3: By checking the box, you can choose to add your poll to your ePortfolio to showcase your work
Here is what the Poll looks like after it is submitted - NOTE: You cannot take your own poll. Users who are taking the poll will not see the correct answer until after they answer the poll.
Here is what the poll looks like to a classmate who has just taken the poll.
This is what the answered poll looks like to you (the poll creator) and course instructors. The poll result is updated automatically. Course instructors see the results of any polls in their course without taking the poll.
HINT1: When there are more than 3 respondents on a poll, the respondent number becomes a link. You (the poll creator) and course instructors can click it to view the list of users who have answered the poll.
HINT2: You (the poll creator) and course instructors can download the poll result from the EXPORT link to do further data analysis. The downloaded file is in CSV format (similar to Excel).