For instructions on how to launch your polling session from the Online Gradebook please visit the help article Launch iClicker Cloud from the Online Gradebook.
1. Select your course and then click Start Polling Session.
This will open the master toolbar, which you can toggle between a minimized or expanded size by clicking (a) the arrow.
2. The (d) active session icon on the master toolbar indicates that your polling session is active and ready to join. Instruct students to join the polling session. The number of students who have joined the session appears in the master toolbar next to (c) Attendees.
3. Choose a question to present to your class, then click (b) Polling on the master toolbar. This will open the polling toolbar. To start a poll, click the (e) play button.
On the polling toolbar, you can select different question types using (f) the dropdown menu. The polling toolbar shows you how much time has elapsed in a poll (g) and how many students have submitted responses (h).
Both the iClicker Cloud master toolbar and polling toolbar float over your question content. Position these toolbars so that they do not interfere with your presentation. You can leave a polling session open during your whole class and ask questions when appropriate.
4. To end a poll, click the (i) stop button.
5. In the master toolbar, click on Results to view a results chart. Selecting the Results option displays a bar chart showing of the class responses. Only show the results if you want to share this information with your students.
Optional: Click an answer choice on the chart to indicate that it is correct. Click it again to undo your selection. You can choose multiple correct responses. You can also set the correct answers after you end a polling session.
You also have the option to view the screenshot of each question by clicking the icon in the top left corner of the results window. Double-clicking a polling question’s image thumbnail opens a new window with a larger view of the image.
6. Repeat steps 2-4 to ask additional questions.
7. End the session by closing the master toolbar. You can also choose to resume a session instead.
Note: The Course Dashboard window appears when you end the session. You can review the session results from the Session History Dashboard.