The Entrepreneurship Hatchery  ☰ 


Large lectures can make it very intimidating for students to ask questions. It can also be difficult for professors to address all questions during class. It is common that many students will also want to ask the same questions. These facts inspired us to create Quario - an application designed to help students voice their confusion during class while simultaneously saving the instructor valuable in-class time. Students can seamlessly ask and up-vote their peers’ questions in real-time. Quario allows instructors to track the number of confused students during class through an elegant ‘confus-o-meter’. Finally, the instructor can also create polls and ask questions, in real-time, to the entire classroom.

Video from Hatchery Demo Day presentation, September 2015: