There are many different types of software available to support interaction in the classroom. This is not an exhaustive list and it will continue to grow/change as new products become available and as staff continue to experiment with different technologies in their teaching. By including a particular piece of software on this list we are not endorsing its use; we are just giving you an idea of what is available and what it might be used for.
Kahoot! is a free game-based learning platform that is particularly designed for group work with younger students (although older students also seem to like the gaming functions). Further information is available here.
tricider is described as a social voting tool for teams, blogs, education and crowdsourcing. It is one of many online voting tools and I have seen it used quite effectively in seminars. It does rely on participants having browser internet access as it does not currently have an app associated with it. Further information is available here.
Vevox is a personal response system that is available to all teaching staff at Warwick and it is designed to enable interactive responses within sessions. There is no limit to the number of students who can use Vevox. Further information is available here.