i>clicker is a student response system that allows faculty to run live polls in their face-to-face and broadcast courses. You can always download the latest version of the i>clicker software at the i>clicker website. If you plan to use i>clicker GO and you are using version 6.3 or higher, you can enable i>clicker GO via the i>clicker GO tab in the course settings.
If you wish to enable i>clicker GO, refer to the i>clicker GO Instructor Tutorial video and if you still have questions, contact CIDI at 435.797.9506.
i>clicker is a student response system that allows faculty to run live polls in their face-to-face and broadcast courses.
If you have completed the above steps correctly, the next time you open i>grader, you should see a roster of students from your class. Be sure to click the Sync button every time you open i>grader to make sure you sync your roster with the latest web registrations from iclicker.com.
Also, you may want to be sure your roster is up-to-date following the end of the add/drop period for the university.
New i>clicker remotes cost about $45 at the USU Bookstore. They can also be purchased used.
Yes. They can use a remote for any course that uses i>clicker for the rest of their college career at USU or elsewhere. They can also share remotes with other students, as long as they are not taking the same course as the person they are sharing with.
Students can register their remotes at www.iclicker.com by clicking the large Register link. The registration process is simple and straightforward. Students are asked for their first name, last name, student ID (or A#) and remote ID (located on the back of their i>clicker).
Registering a clicker remote associates that remotes clicker ID with the student’s student A-number. Without that association, the student could not easily have points for their responses associated with their A number for import into Blackboard.
i>clicker works independent of any software program or other medium you may use to present poll questions to your class. It will take a screenshot of your screen when you finish a poll to help you remember what question you were asking when you go to grade a session after it is finished.
Because i>clicker is used in many classes around campus, including the Connections classes for incoming freshmen, many faculty find that their students already have clicker remotes purchased for other classes.
The i>clicker website provides some excellent, detailed user guides and quick-start guides that should answer most of your questions getting started with the software and hardware.
Visit i>Clicker userguides for a full list of available documents.