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This paper presents a new Moodle activity called “e-voting”. This activity brings wider interaction inside large face-to-face classes. The paper presents how interactions can be supported and enhanced by engaging students, and also by enabling professors to work on initial concepts in a flipped-class or distance learning contexts. This paper describes the three different pedagogical models, proposes scenarios to be used. It presents the e-voting activity on Moodle, its advantages, its functioning and availability for the Moodle community.

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