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lsmith23
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Is there a polling link available for Professors to ask questions such as how familiar you are with a particular subject? 

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rpsimon
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Here's a great answer by  @9927744  to the same question.

Hello Marc Coronado and welcome to the Community; we're glad you're here!  I first thought of Likert scale polls when I read your question, and thought of this document:  How do I create Likert scale quiz questions?  

 

Also, a similar question was answered earlier (Quizes and surveys ).  If the first link didn't help, maybe this one will.  🙂

 

Please feel free to reach out again if this doesn't answer your question.

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rpsimon
Community Contributor

Here's a great answer by  @9927744  to the same question.

Hello Marc Coronado and welcome to the Community; we're glad you're here!  I first thought of Likert scale polls when I read your question, and thought of this document:  How do I create Likert scale quiz questions?  

 

Also, a similar question was answered earlier (Quizes and surveys ).  If the first link didn't help, maybe this one will.  🙂

 

Please feel free to reach out again if this doesn't answer your question.

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klundstrum
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Surveys built within Canvas Quizzes is a great solution!

I've had success with embedding items from www.polleverywhere.com as well. It's easy to provide options for students as they answer either online or with a text message.

The Canvas Polls app, while a little older is another idea if everyone has a mobile device. The results cannot be seen through the browser, nor can students vote through a browser. It's app-specific.