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CUClickers - Macintosh Setup

Last Updated: 08/19/2015
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Overview

The CUClickers student response system utilizes a program called i>clicker to poll students and view results. You will only be downloading a file that once unzipped is a folder called iclicker. This folder has the i>clicker abd there is no installation process is necessary.

Version information:

  • The instructions below apply to version 7.4.1 of the i>clicker software.

*Note: In order to work with CUClickers in your classroom you need to have your course roster file called Roster.txt in your i>clicker course folder (if integrating clickers with Desire2Learn, this file is not needed however). Visit the Download a myCUinfo Roster File page for information on downloading this file.

 

This tutorial applies to the following operating system(s):
  • MAC

Step 1

After downloading the i>clicker for Mac file, uncompress the associated .zip and double click the .dmg.

Step 2

Double click the i>clicker folder.

Step 3

Double click the i>clicker application.

Step 4

Click Create to add your first course to i>clicker.

*Note: You will need to add a course for each class that you plan on using i>clicker with.

Step 5

Enter your Course Name, then click Create.

Step 6

Select the course and click Settings.

Step 7

In General tab, set the frequency for the classroom you will be teaching in. Click here for a list of classroom frequencies.

Step 9

In the Roll Call tab, adjust the settings for how students are displayed in class.

Step 10

In the Scoring tab, adjust the settings for how many points students recieve for participation and performance.

Step 11

In the Results tab, adjust how you would like to have student results displayed.

Step 12

In the Base Display tab, adjust how you would like student results to display in class and how frequent results are updated.

Step 13

When finished adjusting settings, click Save to complete your course setup.

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