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help_outlineStart a session with a multiple question.
help_outlineAdd activities to your question.
help_outlineSelect quizes for homework.
help_outlineStart a location-based session.
help_outlineStart a group chat.
help_outlineView question bank.
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A good internet connection is a must for uReply to work smoothly in your class. It is strongly suggested that you visit this page prepared by ITSC to learn more about the wifi support level in your classroom.

uReply is extremely easy to use and it supports many types of questions such as MCQ, text and fill-in-the-blanks. It supports individual teacher accounts. It allows teachers to create and store questions in Question Bank before going to class. All activities are automatically recorded in reports.
Activity

You will find here a number of modules for running of more engaging and competitive activities in your classroom; such as competing for the fastest responses or having students to rate/comment on each other’s work.


Homework

This function allows you to turn a quiz in your question bank into homework exercises. Interactions are no longer limited to the time in classroom.


uReply GO (beta)

This function enables you to build interactive learning trips by putting questions from your question bank or other additional information onto various locations on a map. Students go to the spots to get the questions or information you have prepared for them.

Basic
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This type of questions allows students to select ONE choice out of the list of choices you provide.



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The number of choices you provide ranges from 2 to a maximum of 9.

This type of questions allows students to select ONE choice out of the list of choices you provide. Students can select "Others" to key in their opinions as responses.



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The number of choices you provide ranges from 2 to a maximum of 8.

Students key in their opinions as responses. Maximum length of each opinion can be 60,000 characters. Students’ feedback is displayed on the projected screen as well as on students’ devices after the question is ended for further in-class discussion.



You can leave behind some spaces signified by “_______” in the question for students to fill in. Each question can have one to five blanks.



Teachers ask for students’ comments on likert-scales. Teachers can choose from standard likert-scales or create new ones themselves.



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Students’ opinions will NEITHER be shown on the projected screen NOR on students’ devices and so their feedback. Teachers read the feedback later on the session report.



Value items require students to input numbers (such as information about age, length or height) onto a text box. Teacher should be specific about the unit or measurement (such as cm, or inches) in the question text.



This type of questions allows students to input/build the SMILES for the submission.

This type of questions allows students to upload a file.



This type of questions allows students to select ONE choice out of the list of choices that you provided.



3. Number of Choices in This Question
Input is not a number!
2. Question Text (Optional):