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Wootled launches to take the pulse at Learning Technologies 2016

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Wootled, a new live engagement platform and mobile app, provides real-time insight and decision support. At Learning Technologies 2016, Wootled will capture the pulse of live events, revealed through dynamic opinion charts. All visitors can participate at

Wootled has been two years in the making, and will be revealed at Learning Technologies 2016.

Wootled is a solution for taking the pulse of an audience during live events or activities, such as trade shows, conferences, company events, presentations, customer experience monitoring. Wootled is designed to be accessed “on-the-go”, either through the mobile app, available both on AppStore and GooglePlay, or a web application.

It also integrates with all mainstream social media. Wootled meets the demands of immediate, “in-the-moment” feedback. With reduced available time and competition for attention, participants now have a platform to voice and share their opinions quickly and easily.

Eric Duneau, Managing Director, explains: “Wootled is about collecting live opinions and helping you make sense of them, so that your next interactions have more impact, and your audience feels more valued. Unlike other survey tools, Wootled’s value is in delivering participative engagement ‘in-the-moment’.”

During Learning Technologies 2016, all visitors can participate in live Wootled poll snapshots. Their contributions will highlight emerging trends, and shape a visual presentation of the adoption of emerging Learning methodologies.

An additional benefit for participants will be to understand how they compare to the bigger picture, via an individually tailored chart showing their learning maturity and how it compares to that of their peers. This information will serve as an invaluable snapshot, highlighting gaps and opportunities.

Participants can get involved by visiting or see real-time results on Twitter by following @wootled. Wootled will be at Learning Technologies, London Olympia, stand C5, and will present a Seminar at 10:15am, Theatre 3, on 3rd Feb.