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IVS Demo

IVS: Your Choice

What is IVS?The Interactive Voting System (IVS) isan interactive means of makingpresentations and improvingcommunication in all types of groups.

Each participant has a keypad. With the keyson the keypad, the participant can answerquestions. The answers are directly saved, processed and displayedafter the voting.

In this way, the passive listener becomes an active participant, which allows him to take greater part in the speaker's presentation.

This presentationWe will show you a number ofapplications for the IVS.

You will also discover the specialpossibilities of the IVS such as: crossing,comparing and displaying priorities.

This way you will get an impression of the possibilities of the IVS.

Have fun with this presentation.

Introduction QuestionThe first question in an IVS presentation is usually an introduction question.Often it is a question about a current or funny topic.

After the introduction question people are familiar with the keypad.

Introduction QuestionHave you seen Elvis lately?1) Yes2) No3) Who?4) He just left the building23,8 %33,3 %28,6 %14,3 %vote now

Reference QuestionBy posing a reference question the total group can be devided into groups with the same reference. In this next example the group is devided based on "years of experience".

Other examples are:

- Age- Function- Geographic location- etc.

Reference QuestionHow many years of experience do you have in your current job?1) 0 1 year2) 1 2 years3) 2 5 years4) 5 10 years5) More than 10 yearsvote now 24,0 %20,0 %20,0 %24,0 %12,0 %

IVS characteristics?Maximum attentionThe attention is detained longer becauseparticipants are directly involved with thepresentation or lesson of the speaker

AnonymousBecause of the anonymity, giving a wrong answer isno longer threatening

ResultsAfter closing the voting, the results are directly saved

Simple preparationEveryone who has worked with Windows can make a list of questions for an IVS presentation.

Simple controlsBy using the mouse or the keyboard you can walk through a presentation and vote on the questions.

QuestionWhat was the colour of the left truck?1) blue2) red3) grey4) green5) whitevote now 20,0 %8,0 %20,0 %36,0 %16,0 %

QuestionWhat was the colour of the left truck?1) blue2) red3) grey4) green5) white20,0 %8,0 %20,0 %36,0 %16,0 %And the correct answer is?

ComparisonBy comparing questions you can compare two results with each other on one slide.

With this comparison you can check if the audience has:- Understood the lecture- Changed their mind- Learned something

ComparisonHow many degrees Celsius is 274 kelvin?1) 0 degrees celsius2) 1 degree celsius3)-8 degrees celsius4) 12 degrees celsius24,0 %16,0 %44,0 %16,0 %vote now

Comparison

Absolute zero is the point on the thermodynamic (absolute) temperature scale where the heat energy is at a minimum, that is, no more heat can be removed from the system.

ComparisonAfter the explanation / discussion the question will be asked again

ComparisonHow many degrees Celsius is 274 kelvin?1) 0 degrees celsius2) 1 degree celsius3)-8 degrees celsius4) 12 degrees celsius16,0 %60,0 %8,0 %16,0 %vote now

ComparisonBefore 24,0 %16,0 %44,0 %16,0 %16,0 %60,0 %8,0 %16,0 %After

RankingBy ranking the answers the audience can make a Top-3 for themselves.

The answer that received most votes is displayed at the top of the result diagram. The answer that received the least votes is displayed at the bottom. You can see at a single glance which answer received most votes.

To enjoy your work more, what changes have to be made according to you?Ranking1) Better coffee2) Increased salary3) Reduction of working hours4) Better info between departmentsvote now 5) More informal meetings6) improvement of fringe benefits7) more information from managementChoose your TOP-3

RankingAfter choosing your own top-3 you will see the overall result of the group. Its automatically displayed in ranking.

To enjoy your work more, what changes have to be made according to you?}top-3

EvaluationEvaluation forms are not necessary anymore. With IVS it's done quickly and easily.

Besides the overall results the diagram shows also the average of all the votes.

EvaluationPlease give a rating (1 to 10) for the presentation?vote now 1 = lowest score10 = highest scoreAverage12345678910

IVS

+ indentification

IdentificationTill now we have shown possibilities ofanonymous voting. On the next slide wewill show you what you can do withindentified voting.

The difference between anonymous andidentified voting is that the voting is registered toa person. You know who voted what.

On the following slides you will see the following examples of identified voting:- municipality meetings- voting with weight / shareholders' meetings- a quiz

Municipality meetings

vote now 1852----> Split out to each individual political party}Overall result

Municipality meetings801701140210or split out to each individual member ---->

Municipality meetings

or show the results real time ---->

A.J. ParkerBluntV. WhiteT. BaldwinS. BrooksK. BuckleyP. JonhsonT. MillerL.S. StarkP.StampA. BrewerC. NorrisX. SummerfieldM. SweetP. TackerP. TobiasS. VaughanQ. DavisA. ColeT. FinnC. CoxP. PooleM. OdellT. LeeK. MayA.J. ParkerBluntV. WhiteT. BaldwinS. BrooksK. BuckleyP. JonhsonT. MillerL.S. StarkP.StampA. BrewerC. NorrisX. SummerfieldM. SweetP. TackerP. TobiasS. VaughanQ. DavisA. ColeT. FinnC. CoxP. PooleM. OdellT. LeeK. MayDemocratic PartySocial PartyParty of LibertyGreen Party1852ProAgainstAbstinence

Shareholders meetingsNew member of the board:

Mr. DanielsonMr. VanlangstraatenMr. McPerson76.256.36511.956.85112.156.12175,98 %12.11 %11.91 %Shares:Percentages:

vote now

QuizIt's fun to play a quiz.

Individuals can be the winner or an entire group. If in the end there is a draw, the response time of each individual on each question will give the solution. The one who was the quickest will be the winner.

On the next few slides you will see an example.?

QuizWhich famous Dutch painter was born in the year 1606?1) Van Gogh2) Rubens3) Rembrandt4) Jan Steenvote now 32,0 %8,0 %56,0 %4,0 %

Quiz =1) 3,132562) a Greek Character3) 3,115214) 3,15125vote now 12,0 %56,0 %20,0 %12,0 %

QuizHow many people live in Amsterdam?1) 1.5 million2) 1.2 million3) 850.0004) 740.000vote now 8,0 %40,0 %36,0 %16,0 %

QuizAnd now its time to see the winner.

We start at place 3, followed by place 2 and then we will see who was the best.

When there is a drawn the voting time is leading.

C. NorrisM. SweetA. Blunt

InfoFor more information about Interactive Voting System:

Tuxen AV-CenterMeterbuen 6, Building 9DK-2740 SkovlundeT:+45 3888 9393M: [email protected]: www.tuxen.dk