I am the faculty advisor for the State University of NY-Fredonia Student group. We are having activities night on Saturday via Zoom to recruit new student members. The students would like to do a simple Quality Jeopardy game. Does anyone have a template or set up we could use that is Zoom friendly? If so, would you kindly email me directly at Lisa.Walters@Fredonia.edu?
Thank you kindly!
Yes, the ASQ Phoenix Section has conducted Quality Jeopardy Team competitions during our December ("Holiday") Program meetings. These were run back before COVID, aka face-to-face. We had attendees sit at round tables of 6-8 each. Each team was supplied with a buzzer. The first team to buzz in would get to answer first. Teams would be awarded points for each question answered correctly, and lose points for wrong answers. We had a 15 minute Jeopardy session followed by a 15 minute Double Jeopardy, then a Final Jeopardy just like the TV game show. We even had "Daily Double" Jeopardy questions that would pop-up where the team could select the point value they wished to risk.
I found an Excel template on the internet whereby one can customize his/her own Jeopardy questions and answers. The Excel template would then populate Powerpoint via a Visual Basic macro. I built our questions based on CQA, CQE, and CMQ/OE exams. The only feature I could not quite get to work properly was the Final Jeopardy question. I simply resorted to a manual slide advance for that portion of the competition.
It worked well but took some practice. People were engaged and had fun.
I will send to your email address a copy of my Jeopardy files (Excel template and PowerPoint slides).
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Double Jeopardy Game.pptJeopardy Game.ppt
Lisa, would you mind sharing what your students came up with?