Everything you need to know to run flawless votes and elections.
Getting people together to vote requires a lot of upfront planning, travel, sometimes cost (if geographically spread out), and leaders to manage this whole event.
Anonymous votes are perfect for times when you need to run a vote where who voted for what needs to remain secret.
But with so many voting tools offering a slew of options - where should you start? And how can you ensure that your anonymous vote is a success?
This guide will tell you exactly how to run a fair, effective anonymous vote.
Digital healthcare is not new, however, it continues to grow through health tools such as wearables (think Fitbit), patient web portals, telemedicine and the rise of AI.
If you have a simple decision to make but have a lot of options, a voting ballot may be the right solution to moving things forward.
A voting ballot is different to a nomination ballot in that the choices to the questions are presented in the ballot so that the voters can make their preferred selection.
Your online voting initiative can take many routes. You may be interested in amending your bylaws, coming to agreement on a new policy, or electing a new leader for your board or council. Depending on what decision you need made, it’s important to consider how you present your choices. When a vote on leadership is involved, candidate statements and profiles can help your voters make more informed decisions while painting candidates in the best possible light.
If you are conducting your vote online, chances are that candidate profiles are a feature built into your online voting platform. Candidate profiles showcase your potential leader’s talents, skills, and experience. However, if your candidate statement of intent isn’t professionally written, it could harm their chances of being selection come ballot open day.
Across the country, sports and media organizations are putting decision-making power back into the hands of the people. While events like the Super Bowl, Olympics, and Grammys have no issue drawing crowds of enthusiastic fans, how do organizers keep the momentum going all year round?
It seems that everything is done online these days. You can pay your server’s tip, send money to friends instantly, and even set your thermostat from a different city – all from an app. So why do some organizations still use paper to conduct important votes? Furthermore, why do they make their voters travel to a specific location to participate?
According to an ed tech survey conducted by The Journal, teachers indicated that technology has had a positive impact on education. Interestingly enough, not one of the teachers surveyed said that educational technology had a negative impact on their classroom.
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