i>Clicker is a student response system that allows faculty to run live polls in their face-to-face and broadcast courses. You can download the USU specific version of i>Clicker from our Box share at https://usu.box.com/iclicker. Version 7.8.1 or higher is required. You can always download the latest version of the i>Clicker software from our Box share.
NOTE: REEF Polling by i>Clicker has replaced i>Clicker GO as the mobile polling addition to i>Clicker. For information on using REEF Polling, see REEF Polling.
How i>clicker Works
- Students come to class with an i>Clicker remote, typically purchased through the USU bookstore.
- The instructor presents multiple-choice polls (with advanced options for numeric and alphanumeric questions) throughout his or her presentation or discussion session. Students use their remotes to click in their responses.
- Student responses are captured by a base station located in the classroom and are saved onto the instructor's flash disk. The instructor can display and review the results of the poll in class.
- The instructor then grades the responses. Grades can be exported to a spreadsheet and imported into Canvas.
Includes an overview of i>clicker, Canvas polling tools, and Poll Everywhere.
|Event Name||Start Date/Time||End Date/Time||Location|
|Classroom Polling, Feb 2||02/02/2017 03:00 PM||02/02/2017 04:00 PM||DE 204, USU Logan Campus|
|Classroom Polling, March 1||03/01/2017 11:30 AM||03/01/2017 12:30 PM||DE 204, USU Logan Campus|
- Tyler Clair
- Amy Carpenter
- Neal Legler