Raising Hands and Emojis

The Raising Hands feature can be used by a learner to alert the instructor when they have a question. It is useful for learners who are not using a microphone, as it provides a visual indication of their question. It is also useful when the instructor is delivering a large quantity of content during the session, and may not be able to answer questions immediately. It can also be used by learners to indicate their agreement with a statement or answer.

Emojis are another way the learner can express themselves and their feelings to the instructor. They can set their status to a variety of states, including happy and confused. They can also use ‘thumbs up’ and ‘thumbs down’ to indicate their feelings.