Using Polldaddy or Vizu polls in blogs (with static IP addresses)

I want my students to vote for favorite poems that were posted to our blog. I can embed a Vizu (or Polldaddy) poll into my blog and ask kids to vote there, but only one student can vote from a single computer (or the school's) IP address. This means they'd only be able to do it at home. Does anyone know another way to do online voting with kids who share computers at school?

Tags: Polldaddy, Vizu, online, polls, voting

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I have used google forms for voting. Its free and easy, however you will run into the the opposite problem and that is kids can vote as many times as they want.

How to video... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-lNffCvY3A&feature=channel_page

Blog article... http://classroomnext.blogspot.com/2008/10/move-over-survey-monkey-g...

dg
:) No problem
With polldaddy, aren't you able to block repeat votes by cookie only, not cookie and IP address?

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