How to Export Your Session Results from iClicker Cloud

Document created by Digital Support on May 19, 2017Last modified by Digital Support on Apr 5, 2018
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iClicker Cloud allows you to export results for all the sessions in your Session History or just an individual session. Session results can be exported to a .csv file pre-formatted for uploading to various LMS platforms or, for individual sessions, you can generate a comprehensive Excel report with images.

You can select to export the results from either all sessions or a single session, depending on where you initiate the action.

Export all sessions

Export all sessions from the Session History dashboard to a single .csv file by clicking the Export All button.

Export individual session results

Export an individual session's results by clicking the session's name on the Session History dashboard. From the results window that opens, click the export icon in the upper right corner to export the session results.


Save exported file

Upon clicking either the Export All or individual session's export icon, a Save As dialog opens to allow you to specify the file name, save location, and file type of the exported file. Use the Save as type drop-down menu to select your desired export format.


Files formatted for integration with an LMS

The list of available file formats includes .csv files formatted to integrate with various LMS platforms. Select your desired LMS and upload the .csv into your LMS gradebook. For more information on easily uploading scores into your LMS, see the help articles in iClicker Cloud Instructor: Grading and Syncing Scores in Your LMS.

The Excel report (only available for individual session exports)

When exporting from an individual session's results window, additional Excel report options are also available.

The Excel report contains a detailed breakdown of the session responses and scores and also includes the screenshots for each question. Incorrect responses are indicated in bold red font, no responses are shown as (NR), and ungraded questions show (NG).