Apple i-clicker Mouse user manual

User manual for the device Apple i-clicker Mouse

Device: Apple i-clicker Mouse
Size: 3,34 MB
Date of adding : 2013-04-10 18:46:40
Number of pages: 47
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User’s Guide

Congratulations on your adoption of i-clicker, the easiest-to-use classroom
response system available! The following guide will enable you to quickly start
using i-clicker’s fundamental applications, as well as options to use some of the
more advanced software tools.

Want to learn more about i-clicker software through live training? Visit us at to sign up for a training session, where we review the
software in its entirety. Or

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i>clicker User Guide (Macintosh Application) (08/08) Table of Contents Section One – Using I>Clicker: How To Poll Your Students In Class ........................................ 5 • Setting Up Your Course Folders ……………………………………………………………..5 • Displaying a graph (or histogram) of responses ............................................................ 7 • Keynote Tips .................................................................................................................. 7 • C

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o CMS (Course Management System) in Use ................................................... 38 o Web Registration...............................................................................................39 • Question and Polling Settings and Preferences o Set Polling Timer ............................................................................................. 39 o Chart Display Options ..................................................................................... 40 o Voti

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Section One-Using i>clicker: How to Poll Your Students in Class 1. Connect the i-clicker receiver (or base) to your computer through the USB port. The LCD screen on the receiver will light up. If it doesn’t, be sure to plug the receiver directly into the computer (and not through the keyboard or a non-powered USB hub). Your computer should tell you that it has recognized new hardware and inform you when it is ready to use it (this takes a few seconds). 2. Place your i-clicker flash drive

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Tip: i-clicker software can be copied to another computer (or computers) rather than residing only on your flash drive. For example, many institutions are placing i-clicker on the college network drive (or H drive) and a number of individual professors are placing the i-clicker software on their laptop computers. The benefit of the flash drive is that the i-clicker software is fully portable; just insert the flash drive into any computer to access your course folder. We suggest you store a

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7. Click on Start Session in the center of the Welcome Screen. The Welcome Screen will disappear and you will see the following floating menu bar appear in the top left corner of your computer desktop. You can move the menu bar anywhere you choose on your desktop. Close Start/Stop Polling Minimize Display/Hide New Options Tool Results Graph New upgrade! The overall menu bar is smaller and also has a minimize option. It has also been revised and has three functions: start

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Tip for Keynote users: In order for the i-clicker menu bar to float over your presentation, be sure Keynote is set to allow other programs to share the screen. In the Keynote Preferences menu, please follow the below steps: New upgrade! By default, the i-clicker floating menu bar appears in the top left hand corner of your screen. However, if you move the bar, the system will now remember its placement and retain the new location until you change it again—for the rest of

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9. Click on the STOP button on the menu bar when you feel that enough time has elapsed. New upgrade! The floating menu bar will be restored to the smaller size after polling has stopped. The counter and timer will disappear so the floating menu bar will become less obtrusive. Note: i-clicker will only begin collecting your students’ votes after you’ve clicked Start and will stop collecting votes after you’ve clicked Stop. If you have not selected Start, the i-clicker will not accept or

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Tip: You may designate one answer in the graph as correct by simply pointing your mouse to and clicking on the correct letter that appears when you mouse-over the graph. This will change your selected bar (i.e. the answer you’ve designated as correct) to green and the remaining bars to red to clearly delineate the question’s ‘correct’ answer. See the example below. Similarly, clicking the “?” on the far left will clear the correct answer selection and the display will return to the default m

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New upgrade! Floating Menu bar OPTIONS The floating menu bar now is revised to have three functions: start/stop, hide/display, and OPTIONS (marked with ). Roll your mouse over and select the to review and use the menu bar OPTIONS. Currently, there are three options you may access: 1. By selecting Loan/Register Clickers, you can manually register an individual clicker (permanently or for just one session) or start In-Class/Roll-Call registration. For more information on in-clas

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When your class is over, click on the small white square at the top right corner of the menu bar to exit i- clicker. You will be asked if you really want to quit i-clicker and, if so, click on OK. Each student’s response to each question will be saved in your course folder. Remember: You must run the i-clicker program from the same folder each time in order to keep a complete record of your students’ responses. Tip: The next time you begin i-clicker, click the “Start New Session” button to b

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Section Two - Registering Your Students: How To Give Your Students Credit The i-clicker system may be used as a simple tool to give you instant, anonymous feedback in class, in which case no registration is necessary. However, if you (like most instructors) want to go a bit further and give credit to your students for class participation and/or performance, you will need to: 1. Associate each of your students with the unique serial number on their i-clicker remotes (i.e. Registration).

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The application (or any other plain text editor) can be used to easily create the Roster.txt file. To create a txt file using TextEdit: 1. Go to the “Applications” folder and open“TextEdit.” 2. Enter the student information, or Copy and Paste it from an existing roster file into TextEdit. Note: If you copy/paste the file, you may still need to modify the contents so that each line contains student information in the correct format. 3. Save this as “Roster.txt” within your c

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i-clicker offers you three straightforward registration options: an in-class option (for your entire class), a manual option (for individual students), and an “online/web” option. Minimal information is required of your students and all registration options are tied to your class roster. There are no site license or registration fees for i-clicker software. Tip: In-class and online registrations are not mutually exclusive, and both can be used to register students in one class. For a sma

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The ROLL CALL screen will appear as below. Your student’s information (from the Roster.txt file you have placed into your course folder) will begin scrolling as shown below: The instructions for students to register are outlined on the screen and are easy to follow. 1. Step One: The student locates his/her name or ID as read from the Roster.txt file. 2. Step Two: The student must wait until his/her ID has scrolled down into the central blue region of the Step Two screen. A let

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Tip: If a student accidentally registers his/her clicker to the wrong name, s/he should push the D button on his/her i-clicker remote twice to clear the incorrect registration and restart the registration process. Option Two -Web Registration: Your students can also register through a simple Web registration process. To do this, send your students to the following web site: Once your students have arrived at the site, each student must: 1. Enter his/

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Tip: Students can use one i-clicker remote for multiple classes, and only need to register on the web once. If the student makes a mistake they can simply register a second time. Tip: i>clicker offers institutions the option to host their own registration site or use their own LDAP authentication with our national database; we can provide the requisite scripts and administration support. If your institution has standardized on i-clicker, your registration may already be hosted locally. Ch

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Loaning a clicker (Temporary Registration) If a student forgets his/her i-clicker remote, you can loan one for a single lecture. To associate the loaned clicker with a student for one lecture only, you should perform a temporary (or loaner) registration. To do this, follow the exact same steps as outlined above for an individual registration, BUT make sure to select the “For one Session (Loan)” option from the Register drop down menu (as shown here). If this option is used, the as

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Section Three -Using i>grader After Class: Assigning Credit for Sessions and Questions Note: You may want to take the time right before starting i-grader to check for updates to the software. This process is quick and free of charge, and can be done by using the WebUpdate application in your course folder. Please see Section Six of this guide for more information on Web Update. Before opening i-grader, always make sure to exit the i-clicker application. Then open the course folder on yo

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Tip: If you choose Resume Last Session from the Welcome Screen, your additional polling data will be included in the previous session (thereby eliminating the second session in our example). Synchronizing Web Registrations Let’s suppose you have chosen to have your students register through the Web site registration option. Once your students have submitted the registration form and you have held at least one i-clicker session, you may now update your course registration information us

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