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"ETI's Audience Response System was a very useful tool - making our event more interactive, engaging and fun, while providing our client with tangible feedback."

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Audience Response FAQs


What is included in the service?

  • Complete Audience Response System (ARS) Operation by an ARS Specialist
  • ARS Specialist to help you determine how to best integrate this technology into your event
  • Facilitator Training
  • Response data upon completion of your event (cd rom, pdf files, hard copy)

What is included in the price quote?

  • PACKAGE PRICING (no tech per diem, no hidden charges)
  • Complete Audience Response System (ARS) Operation by an ARS Specialist (includes travel & living expenses)
  • Equipment shipping (if necessary)
  • ARS Specialist to help you determine how to best integrate this technology into your event
  • Facilitator Training
  • Response data upon completion of your event (cd rom, pdf files, hard copy)

What is a game show/ how does it work?

Questions have a correct answer and are assigned points. Establish teams to compete. Teams can be designed in any number of ways. Here are a few examples:

  • Break your audience in to several teams (Sales Divisions, Regions, Departments)
  • Each audience member competes against each other or against themselves
  • Audience competes against a predetermined 'Expert' in your Company or Industry
  • When the pre-programmed questions are presented on the video screen, participants enter the number associated with their choice (1-10, A-E, YES/ NO, True-False).

Within seconds a result graph is displayed reflecting the team or individual response and who scored points on the question. Intermittently, throughout the game, a Team Standing or Individual Standing screen will be displayed to show who is winning. View the Sample Game Screens
Who Wins? The team or person with the most points. We will work with you to design a format that is personalized for your audience and event message.

How does the Audience Polling System work?

For your convenience, we have put together a PDF document to help you understand how our polling systems work.

Can images, logos, graphs be integrated in to a question or response screen?

YES. You provide ETI with your images and we will program it in to your program. Logos, background images, pictures for results graph or comparison graphs for use on the results screen.

Can music be used during a polling session?

Yes. We have a large library of music that can be used on both question and response screens. For example, we can program music to play while the question countdown clock ticks.

What is a countdown clock?

A countdown clock is shown on the question screen while the audience votes. This is used to help your attendees vote in a timely fashion. Music is often programmed to accompany the countdown clock. During a session your presenter will typically read the question and then say something like "You have 10 seconds to respond, starting now".

GRAPH TYPES

  • Vertical Bar
  • Horizontal Bar
  • Cylinder
  • Pie Chart
  • Horizontal Picture
  • Vertical Picture

As a Presenter or Facilitator where do I start?

The facilitator should provide a brief explanation of the system before asking the audience to use it. For example:

  • " The pads in front of you are part of a Group Response System. Throughout the day, we will present various questions, and ask for your input. We will then display a graph of the group's collective response. The system is totally anonymous, so please respond with your true feelings."
  • " Using the keypad is an easy process. When the question is presented, press the number associated with your choice. It will appear in the keypad's display for a few seconds, then extinguish."
  • " If you change your mind, you can simply re-vote. The system will record only your last response. However, once the graph is displayed, responses are no longer collected."

    NOTE: It is always desirable to ask some warm up questions to familiarize the group with the keypad operation. We suggest that at least two questions be used. They should be light-hearted, possibly roasting a person familiar to the group, or toying with a recently publicized event.


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