What’s all the clicking about?
The use of Classroom Response Systems or "clickers" is a proven way to engage students and let instructors know what students are thinking. This site will help you learn more about clickers at UConn.
Upcoming faculty iClicker training sessions can be found here:
The clicker team at UConn have set up an amazing and faithful educational resource with a streamlined initiation process. Staff were personable, helpful, and answered the phone every time. Invented by physicists, clickers are innovative educational tools which permit large-scale learning environments to preserve small-classroom intimacy and interaction. Learning through a mass-scale conversation enabled by digital technologies opens a world of possibilities so that instructors don't have to wait until the midterm to see if their students learned the material - the feedback happens right then and there. Plus, it is fun for the students and instructors. Keep up the good work!
Jason Hancock, Department of Physics, CLAS
i>clicker Training Sessions
i>clicker Classroom Channels on Storrs Campus
i>clicker Classroom Channels on Avery Point Campus
Getting Started with i>clicker 2
Gradebook Help Files
i>clicker Channels - What Instructors Should Know
i>clicker Info Session
i>clicker Instructor Kit
i>clicker Quick Start Guide