1. Purchase an i>clicker at the bookstore or online. You may purchased a used i>clicker from a friend and simply re-register it online.
2. register your i>clicker at http://www.iclicker.com/
a. go to the "support" tab and select "registration"
b. provide your first and last name and student ID (@number)
c. provide the remote key on the bottom backside of your personal i>clicker device
d. enter the image code on the registration screen and click submit
3. Use your i>clicker in class
4. Frequently Asked Questions:
- How will students know when their votes have been received? When a
student has voted successfully (that is, a vote h-as been received
and confirmed), the “Vote Status” light on the student’s remote will
turn solid green. If the student’s vote was not received, the vote
status light will flash red indicating that the student will need to
vote again. The most common reasons a student would see a red flashing
o Polling is not active. If the student tries to vote either before you start polling or after polling is closed, the vote status light will flash red.
o The remote and receiver are not on the same frequency. If you change your frequency from the default, students will need to change the frequency on their remotes to match that of the receiver. If a student forgets to change the frequency,
s/he will see a red flashing vote status light when trying to vote.
students change their responses? Students can change responses as long as the
remains active/open. During an active polling period,
i>clicker records each student’s last
response. Once polling for a particular question has stopped,
any response changes will not be
received (and the vote status light will flash
• How do
my students know when a vote was sent and received? On the top of the
remote is a “Vote Status” light. The “Vote Status” light will
flash green once, indicating the
vote has been sent and confirmed. A red flashing light indicates that the vote was not received.
Note that the green light only flashes once, while the red light
flashes three times. The
difference in LED displays was designed considering the needs of color blind