Windows - What are the different Slide Types and Slide Preferences in TurningPoint?

The Windows version of TurningPoint has 10 slide types. Each slide type has preferences specific to that specific slide type.

Multiple Choice: A multiple choice slide contains question text and answer text. You can have up to 10 answer choices.

Short Answer: A short answer slide contains question text. The five most common responses will be displayed. Please note there is a character limit on what is displayed on your slide although participants do not have a character limit when they are responding.

Numeric Response:
A numeric response slide contains question text. This type of slide is meant for responses that are numerical. The five most common responses will be displayed. Please note there is a character limit on what is displayed on your slide although participants do not have a character limit when they are responding.

True/False:
The true/false slide is used for a question with true or false as a response. You can enter the question text and the True/False answer options are automatically populated when the slide is selected.

Essay:
This essay question contains a question region to pose a question. The audience responses are not displayed onto the slide after polling closes.

Demographic Assignment:
The demographic assignment slide contains a question text and allows for up to 10 answer choices. The demographic assignment slide assigns participants to demographic groups.

Priority Ranking:
The priority ranking slide contains a question text box and allows for up to 10 answer choices to be inputted. The participants’ responses are weighed then ranked accordingly.

Likert:
The likert slide is used to determine varying levels of agreement or disagreement. The slide includes generically worded questions and answers in which you can edit.

Ice Breaker: There are two types of ice breaker slides. One is an analogy and another is a word scramble. Analogies are automatically generated but a word must be provided for a word scramble.

Moment to Moment: The moment to moment slide can be used to have participants rate something on a scale of 1 to 5 over a period of time. The slide contains a question text box and a chart that shows the average response for the polling period. The chart displays the average response over time in a line graph.

Please review the TurningPoint User Guide for PC 5.2 for more detailed information regarding the specific preferences that can be set for each slide type.

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