Vevox is an interactive and easy-to-use audience engagement tool. It enables you to participate in live polling, quizzes, Q&A, and surveys.
Students participate in Vevox activities using their phone, tablet, or laptop. Your answers are anonymous, unless your tutor chooses otherwise.
This collection of Vevox guides has been carefully curated with the Warwick student community in mind. We hope you find it helpful.
A brief overview of Vevox. Find out how it can be used to support learning and teaching at Warwick.
You don't need an account to join a Vevox session.
Simply go to vevox.app in your web browser, either on your phone, laptop, or tablet. Alternatively, you can download the Vevox app from most app stores.
Enter the 9-digit session ID which will be provided by your tutor, then click Join.
This resource covers everything you'll need to know, including:
- Joining a session
- Responding to polls
- Responding to surveys
- Posting to the Q&A board
- Anonymous and identified modes
Running your own Vevox sessions
You will need a Vevox account to run your own Vevox sessions.
Accounts are available to staff and postgraduate research students through the Warwick institutional licence. Please see our Vevox for educators guide for further details.
Postgraduate taught and undergraduate students who would like to use Vevox for a class project or presentation should email their request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Data and security
Vevox is fully compliant with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) guidelines in the UK.
Further guidance and support
We hope you found what you were looking for in these guides, but if not please rest assured help is still at hand.
In the first instance please speak with your academic tutor or course leader, who will be able to provide appropriate guidance and resolve basic issues.
The Vevox help site offers detailed guidance on a wide range of features.