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Mon, Oct 27, 2008

Google Moderator - Create and Sort Questions from a Large Group

Last month Google released another application (still in beta) that may have utility for conflict mediators, facilitators and anyone running large group meeting in a wifi enabled space or lab. The tool, called Moderator, provides a method for gathering questions from a group and then using a voting method to push favorite questions or topics (ie those that interest the most people) to the top of the list. It does require participants to have a Google login, so it may not be as useful as it might be for groups that aren?t heavy Google tools users. There is an option to permit anonymous voting, but you still need to login to Google to create questions or vote on your favorites.

  

Posted by: Bill Warters on 2008 10 27 | Filed under Tech News  

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