Find out more about Vevox...
These Vevox accounts are for University staff only. Students do not need an account, to access a Vevox session, and join the voting or discussion, they can go to the MySouthampton app or to vevox.app and enter the 9-digit meeting ID.
What is Vevox?
Vevox is the University of Southampton’s centrally supported student response system, allowing staff to create engaging classes through real time polling and live discussion. Students access Vevox via their smartphones, tablets or laptop, and staff via a web dashboard and PowerPoint. Vevox licenses, covering up to 1500 students per class, are available to all educational staff.
Vevox is fun, inclusive and effective. The live discussion and Q&A along with real-time polling features help create an engaging learning environment and support active learning practices. With anonymous profiling all students feel happier to get involved in asking and answering questions. This helps you understand knowledge gaps and comprehension but also increase students’ knowledge retention. To learn more about Vevox in Education watch these webinars.
How do I get access to Vevox?
To get your Vevox Plan click the button below and follow the instructions. You will then be able to start creating your Vevox sessions. Although you will control Vevox via the web dashboard, of which details will be sent to you, you can also install a simple to use PowerPoint Add-in to run your polls direct from PowerPoint. To find out more about installation recommendations check here.
What if I already have an account?
If you have already been set up with access to the University of Southampton's Vevox account there is no need to click the button below. Just go to your web browser and enter login.vevox.com. Your username will be your email address and your password will be as you defined. If you have any problems accessing your account please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What help is available?
Vevox also has plenty of online resources such as our Help Guide with instructions available to help you, our You Tube channel with video tutorials, our weekly live training and webinars but also our website resources for case studies, guides and content. Please also check the Southampton website for further guidance.
The University has a Student Response System special interest group which meets regularly to offer support and share good practice.