Overall Satisfaction with Miro
My university integrated Miro into our learning to help us understand more about the dynamics of entrepreneurship, and how to easily visualize our progress. Personally, Miro helped me engage in the topic and motivated me to consistently work towards my innovation, as I was able to easily view my progress as the semester progressed. In addition, Miro allowed me to collaborate with my team members to brainstorm ideas in real-time and gave us the flexibility to arrange our work however we liked. I would highly recommend universities introduce Miro as one of the essential learning tools to encourage student participation and collaboration.
- Miro allowed us to write notes simultaneously in real-time, so we didn't need to allocate someone to be the scribe on the behalf of the team
- Miro allowed us to insert images on the board, so we were able to easily visualize our work
- There is no page dimension, so it allows us to write as much as we wanted
- I dislike how the words on the sticky notes do not cover the whole sticky note, so I feel like it's a bit of wasted space
- I wish we could add shapes/arrows in Miro to make it easy to visualize our work & highlight what's important
- Miro will lag out when there is too many people on there at once.
- Miro allowed me and my team to effectively work together quickly in real time
- It allowed my team to see what each of us was doing on Miro, so we could just 'follow' the person's location if we wanted to see what they were up to, and it deterred lazy team members from slacking off
- Miro motivated me to engage in my university classes and participate in class discussion
I believe Miro is a great tool that professors and teachers can use to help students engage in learning, especially if the project requires students to apply their knowledge. In the times of a lockdown where learning is online, Miro has proven itself to be an amazing tool to help students immerse themselves in the content.
Miro's features are very simple to use and convenient for teaching staff to use, especially if they have a huge class. Many of my classmates have said Miro was easy to use, because it allows everyone to brainstorm various ideas, and the templates that Miro offers also saves us time and can help us absorb information more easily
Miro has positively impacted my team's ability to collaborate on new projects by allowing us to facilitate group meetings remotely and to also be able to track everyone's progress in real-time, so it allows us to ensure tasks are being delegated evenly and ensures that there isn't a free rider in the group who thinks that they can get away with doing nothing.
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In a group assignment, my team members and I used Miro to be able to understand how we could come up with our innovative invention. Miro's functions easily allowed us to break down the process into many little parts, so it was less overwhelming. In addition, it was nice that Miro's page dimensions were unlimited, so we were able to have all the little parts in one place, rather than spread all over the place (like a Google Doc).