What is iClicker?

iClicker is an electronic polling system. It consists of any number of clickers, or remotes, and a base station, or receiver. Each remote has six buttons: one to switch it on and off, and five representing the letters A to E. An instructor can thus pose a multiple-choice question in class and have students submit their responses by clicking the appropriate option on their remotes. The base station, which is connected to the instructor's laptop (or classroom desktop) by a USB cable, receives the votes and transfers them to the instructor's USB stick or hard drive.

A small piece of software, also called iClicker, is used to control polling sessions (i.e. cause the base station to start or stop receiving votes), as well as to display and hide polling results.

REEF Polling

REEF Polling is now called iClicker Cloud. You can sign in using your existing REEF account.

Technical assistance and support

Online support and reference materials for using iClicker on campus are available for both instructors and students. Inquiries related to the pedagogical use of iClickers are supported by TIL through workshops, resources, and other professional development opportunities.

Technical assistance for iClickers (for both instructors and students) is available through the University Systems help centre. For step-by-step instructions and frequently asked questions, see either Student iClicker support or Instructor iClicker support.