Technological Tools


For teachers:
For students:

  • Mentimeter is a free-to-use, interactive presentation platform that allows real-time interaction between presenters and their audiences: making meetings enjoyable, engaging, and inclusive.
  • It focuses on online collaboration for the education sector allowing students or public members to answer questions anonymously.
  • It enables users to share knowledge and real-time feedback on mobile with presentations, polls or brainstorming sessions in classes, meetings, gatherings, conferences and other group activities.
  • Quiz competition is similar to Kahoot!
  • Users can export data and feedback into Excel


User Interface

Student view (Left) & Mentimeter view (Right)
Different question types and content slides
Editting questions

Literature and other sources

  • Andriani, A., Dewi, I., & Sagala, P. (2019). Development of blended learning media using the mentimeter application to improve mathematics creative thinking skills. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 1188(1), 012112.
  • Iona, J. (2018). Mentimeter. School Librarian, 66(3), 153.
  • Ippolito, K., & Pazio, M. (2019). Suck it and see – transforming STEMM university teachers’ assessment perspectives and practices through disorientating experiential learning. Higher Education Pedagogies, 4(1), 331-346.
  • Mayhew, E. (2019). No Longer a Silent Partner: How Mentimeter Can Enhance Teaching and Learning Within Political Science. Journal of Political Science Education, 15(4), 546-551.
  • Puspa, A., & Imamyartha, D. (2019). Experiences of social science students through online application of Mentimeter in English Milieu. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, 243(1), 1-6.
  • Raes, A., & Depaepe, F. (2020). A longitudinal study to understand students’ acceptance of technological reform. When experiences exceed expectations. Education and Information Technologies, 25(1), 533-552.
  • Rodríguez, M., Díaz, I., Gonzalez, E., & González-Miquel, M. (2018). Motivational active learning: An integrated approach to teaching and learning process control. Education for Chemical Engineers, 24, 7-12.
  • Vallely, K., & Gibson, P. (2018). Engaging students on their devices with Mentimeter. Compass: Journal of Learning and Teaching, 11(2).

Mentimeter Basic Account – What’s included?


5 Ways to use Mentimeter to Engage and Interact with Students

Mentimeter – Word Clouds & Quizzes

How to Use Mentimeter for Classroom Quiz Games

Mentimeter Blog-Interactive classrooms

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