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Classroom Response and Polling Systems: iClickers

Classroom response systems are live audience polling programs that allow you to survey your audience quickly.

Introduction

What is it?

iClicker uses remote controls to submit answers via infrared frequencies.  LIS has individual clickers that you can check out for classes or even study sessions. Each individual clicker has its unique signal that can be used to designate responses for a particular student or groups of students.

 

Features:

  • Numeric and alphanumeric (short answer) question support.
  • Timed or open ended polling
  • Graded Polling with individually registered student remotes
  • Asking impromptu question in the middle of lectures