feedbackr interview with Bettina Kerschbaumer Schramek

Bettina Kerschbaumer: “Large group moderation without digital media? Unthinkable today!”

Bettina Kerschbaumer has been working for over ten years as a process moderator and event host in business situations. We talked to her about gains and difficulties with digital media and the impulse to unite people in divided times.

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Famous first questions: the “icebreaker”

It’s OK to laugh! When using feedbackr, the first question is supposed to introduce your audience to the tool – and, yes, to make them smile. Here are some ideas for a humorous intro. 

Founders talking about feedbackr at TU Graz blog

We’re excited to let you know that feedbackr founders Karin and Christian are talking about their app at the Technical University Graz blog. Read all about how two master theses turned start-up, what the Austrian co-founders are proud of and what they are up to next. Note:  If you’d rather read the article in German, you may change […]

The benefits of using an Audience Response System and how to introduce it to your audience

Your audience is new to an Audience Response System (ARS )? Here’s how everyone warms up to your technological offering.

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Martin Ebner: “We’re facing an educational revolution”

Martin Ebner, lecturer for e-learning technologies at TU Graz, has been one of the first influencers of feedbackr. As an expert in his field, we asked him: what does the future of education and online learning hold?

6 Golden Feedback Rules

Constructive criticism: the hardest and most significant of all. But how to give useful feedback? Find out how to be a fair and effective critic by considering these 6 golden rules.

5 +1 useful presentation tools for webinars

Whether you are teaching, discussing or working in sales: These 5 (plus 1) online presentation tools will make holding webinars easier and more fun.

7 Common presentation mistakes (and how to avoid them)

Of course theory doesn’t cut it when it comes to presentation. Yet knowing what the most common mistakes are that presenters make can help working against them.