From Laura Staum Casasanto this morning:
Here is a sentence taken straight from an email about encouraging students to fill out course evaluations at Stony Brook:
[(1)] Did you know? Students can complete their evaluations on their mobile devices, and some instructors have found success with taking the first 10 minutes of class and ask their students to do the evaluations.
Wow, she said, and I concur. This is formally like classic GoToGo, but deviating from central examples in two respects. And it’s the second such example Laura has found.