web>clicker supports multiple choice, numeric, and alphanumeric (short answer) questions. Experience the convenience and simplicity of web>clicker on your smart device or laptop by visiting https://webclicker.iclicker.com, or by downloading the web>clicker app for iOS and Android.
web>clicker includes a free 14-day trial. After the trial expires, participants can purchase a web>clicker subscription using the in-app purchasing in the iOS or Android applications.
web>clicker can also be purchased from a campus bookstore if instructors choose to order access cards. Please contact your i>clicker rep for more information.
Presenters must enable web>clicker by contacting email@example.com before it can be used in a group setting (before participants purchase web>clicker, they should make sure their presenter has enabled web>clicker).
web>clicker requires a healthy wi-fi network or a fast cellular connection. Please verify that the wi-fi network meets the web>clicker requirements listed below before enabling and purchasing web>clicker (voting may take longer using web>clicker over Wi-Fi or mobile networks that are not optimized for speed and capacity vs. a direct RF connection with physical remotes.
Note: web>clicker access cards must be redeemed at https://webclicker.iclicker.com. Once redeemed, the activation will take effect for iOS and Android apps. Participants cannot redeem access cards from within the iOS or Android apps.
web>clicker can be used in combination with all i>clicker remotes, including i>clicker+ and i>clicker 2.
Use the i>clicker+ or i>clicker 2 presenter remotes to run your presentation and i>clicker session from anywhere in the room.
web>clicker iOS App
Compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad running iOS 5.1.1 or later
web>clicker Android App
Compatible with Android devices running Android OS 2.3.3 or later
web>clicker Web Version
The Web-based version of web>clicker requires a minimum (or higher) browser of Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0, Mozilla Firefox 14, Apple Safari 5.1, Google Chrome 21, or any other fully compatible browser.
For an optimal web>clicker experience, the institution utilizing it should be capable of supporting the estimated maximum number of simultaneous web>clicker users within the same access area. For example, if 60 students are using web>clicker in the same room, the Access Point(s) (AP(s)) covering that room must be able to support at least 60 simultaneous users.