#01 Feedbackr

#01 Feedbackr

Authors: Clarissa Braun, Karin Pichler

The easiest way to interact with
your students


(Karin Pichler)


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How does feedbackr work?

Durch Klick auf das Vorschaubild YouTube Video abspielen

What can feedbackr do for your teaching?

Feedbackr is anonymous
With feedbackr you get honest answers, because it is anonymous for the participants.
Be it anonymous honest feedback or answers to tricky questions – feedbackr makes it possible for you!

Results in seconds
Participation in feedbackr is very easy. Within seconds you will receive the results, regardless of audience size.

No app needed
Your participants can vote directly with feedbackr. There is no need to install an app.
You only need an internet connection and a browser.

No mutual interference
With manual voting, group dynamic effects can occur. However, since you can determine when the results are visible to all participants, your participants will not influence each other.

… for more advantages of the audience response system feedbackr, take a look at the TELucation homepage (https://telucation.tugraz.at).

From the students‘ point of view, ARS can offer yet another advantage, as the story of feedbackr‘s founder Karin Pichler shows: As an introverted, shy student she often had problems asking questions in lectures and often thought that everyone but her had completely understood. Through feedbackr, students can see the bigger picture and recognize that they are not alone in their ”not knowing“.
This knowledge, in turn, can be used either in the course to address the problem or to bring together students with different levels of knowledge and skills to form study groups.

How can I use feedbackr as a teacher at Graz University of Technology?

You can register with your TUGraz email address at feedbackr free of charge. Graz University of Technology has a campus license for feedbackr, so all options are available in the application.

Select the education plan. Registration with TU Graz email address. Click on confirmation link. Important: You will receive an invitation to the TU Graz Organization. Accept this invitation so that you can create sessions.
Fig. 1: Registration for feedbackr

You can create a session for your course after registration.

What is a session? In a session, you can create and manage questions regarding a unit. A session is a logical grouping of questions. You can choose in what order the questions will appear for your participants and who is allowed to see the questions.
Fig. 2: Creating a session

From different question types, you can choose the one that matches your contents. There is a choice of: Single choice question, multiple choice question and free text answer.

View of a multiple choice question. Mark the correct answers by ticking the box next to them. Set the visibility in the lower lefthand corner. Choose between single and multiple choice in the lower center.
Fig. 3: Creating a question

As soon as you have finalized your session, you can tell your students the session code. They need to enter it into their (mobile) web browser.

To export the results, click export on the lefthand side of the screen.

Click export in the main menu on the left. 

Joining sessions:
Option 1: Open browser and enter link. Option 2: Open browser, go to fbr.io, enter the code and click Join. The code does not have to be written in capital letters.
Fig. 4: Exporting the results

For all of those using feedbackr in combination with PowerPoint, the feedbackr presenter might be of interest: Download at: https://www.feedbackr.io/feedbackr/feedbackr-presenter

Easily switch between PowerPoint presentation and feedbackr results on any device.

How it works
1.Preparation of the presentation laptop
a. Install and open feedbackr presenter
b. Connect to the session (using the access code)
c. Choose a screen to display the results
2.Control presenter
a. Log in on a second device (e.g. smartphone, tablet)
b. Open the session
c. Control the results

A detailed description of the use of feedbackr education can be found in the presentation by Karin Pichler, which she gave at the LEHR-Stammtisch (teachers‘ discussion group) in 2018.

You can find helpful use cases with detailed explanations of settings and applications in the following PDF Use Cases in Teaching. (available in German)

The TELucation team prepared a short feedbackr survey for you to test the tool. Simple enter the following link in your browser:


We are looking forward to your answers!

Read more in the article on feedbackr in the Didactics section of the TELucation folder.