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A guide to using i>clickers in the library classrooms.

What Are i>clickers?

Photo of i>clicker plusThe i>clickers student response system lets students use remotes to answer questions you put up on the screen or ask aloud (for example, "Do you have a library card? Click "A" for yes and "B" for no"). When the voting is done, clicking Show/Hide Results creates a bar graph showing the results.

Use i>clickers to:

  • Increase student interaction
  • Check for understanding
  • Gauge students' level of library experience