Learn@Illinois Moodle - Using i>clicker for Instructors
i>clicker allows students to instantly provide feedback and answer questions posed by their instructors. Each student uses a “clicker,” a portable, handheld device, which allows students to vote by clicking on the appropriate button for his or her choice. i>clicker’s software stores the data for each student’s i>clicker response, and the instructor can display results in a graph, or refer to them later for analysis or grading.
For a permanent link to this information, please use: http://go.illinois.edu/MoodleUseIClicker
A student must register their i>clicker in Moodle in order to associate the i>clicker with their NetID. Registration in Moodle will be valid for all Moodle courses that use i>clicker.
- Direct students to the i>clicker block on your course page and have them click on Student Registration.
- Tell students to type the code from the back of their remote into the "Enter Your i>clicker Remote ID:" text box and click the Register button.
- To see which students haven’t yet registered and/or remote IDs that have not yet been registered, open the Gradebook in the i>clicker software and click the Students button at the top.
Note: If a student uses their i>clicker before registering it, they will still get credit for those sessions as long as they register the same remote they've been using.