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Audience Response System Support Articles

  • In order to receive credit for clicker participation, students will need to associate the unique serial number on the back of their i>clicker2 remotes with their name and OIT NetID by logging into Moodle and registering their remote’s serial number in the i>clicker Block of one of their...
  • The i>clicker audience response system (ARS) uses a handheld remote (clicker) to collect student responses to questions posed by the instructor. Student data is recorded and then displayed on a results graph by software on the instructor’s computer. i>clicker may be used as a simple tool to...
  • The i>clicker My Settings window contains a series of tabs that let you customize the functionality of the i>clicker and i>grader software. Note: The instructions below focus on the most-used i>clicker settings. We recommend that you keep the pre-...
  • i>clicker is a program that allows instructors to collect real-time data from their students during lecture. Students are polled and provide their responses via handheld clickers. The responses can be displayed immediately, and individual responses are stored for potential use in grading. To...
  • Modify a Student’s Remote ID On the i>grader Home window, double-click the student ID or name in the left-most column. The Student Details window will open. To remove the association of a particular clicker to that student, select a remote ID from the Registered Clickers list and click ...
  • You can download your student grade data as an independent .csv file or export it directly to Moodle using the Integrate Wizard. If you use the Integrate Wizard, you can still access the resulting .csv file in your Class folder. Export Grades to Moodle In the i>grader Home window, click the...
  • i>clicker may be used as a simple tool to provide instant, anonymous feedback, or as a tool to promote active learning in the classroom and give students credit for class participation and/or performance.   Getting Started (Instructor) Before You Begin Using i>clickerThe i>clicker...
  • i>grader is i>clicker’s built-in gradebook. From i>grader you can review, edit, and export your polling sessions, questions, and student data. You will need to sync your Moodle roster with i>grader to associate polling data with specific students and upload the scores to your...
  • In order to integrate i>clicker and Moodle you will need to add an i>clicker block to your Moodle course. You will also need the Security Key provided in the i>clicker block to allow i>grader to sync with your Moodle grade roster (see Import a Moodle Roster to i>grader). Add an i...
  • If you plan on using i>clicker in a course this semester, please consider completing the following steps before the start of the semester:  List the i>clicker2 remote as a requirement through your SPIRE course listing in the “Class Overview/Textbook” page. You should select “other...
  • In order to receive credit for clicker participation, you will need to associate the unique serial number on the back of your i>clicker2 remote with your name and NetID by logging into Moodle and registering your remote’s serial number in the i>clicker block of one of your Moodle courses. The...
  • The instructions below describe how to run an i>clicker polling session using either the i>clicker toolbar on your computer, or the i>clicker instructor remote. For instructions on downloading i>clicker and setting up courses, see Download & Run i>clicker. Polling with the i...
  • Your Instructor Kit contains the following: i>clicker2 Student Remote, i>clicker2 Instructor Remote, and a Base Receiver.  
  • The i>grader Reports function creates Term Session Summary and Review and Student Voting Data reports in an easy-to-read and print- friendly format. The reports can be opened and printed using any Web browser. They can also be posted to a course Web site as PDFs. On the i>grader Home...
  • After you Run a Polling Session, the i>clicker Session Toolbar lets you display results charts of your students’ responses that can be viewed as a vertical bar chart, horizontal bar chart (multiple choice only), pie chart (multiple choice only), or histogram (numeric choice only). Polling with...