Smart Voting on Your Mobile Device
Using i>clicker GO, participants answer a variety of polling questions on laptops or smart devices. The flexibility of the system empowers students to choose i>clicker GO or select a conventional remote in a way that other student response systems do not and cannot offer.
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- Smart voting options. Participants can easily answer multiple choice, true/false, yes/no, numeric, and short answer questions using the keyboard entry options on their smart devices or laptops. i>clicker GO automatically displays the appropriate controls to respond to the question being asked by the presenter.
- There is an app available. i>clicker GO is available for download as an iOS and Android app. The i>clicker GO apps are fast and convenient, and participants don’t need to enter a web address when using them.
- Ability to choose the device. Participants can use i>clicker GO on any device that supports a web browser, including laptops, iOS, Android and Windows mobile devices.
- Works seamlessly with i>clicker remotes. For those that don’t have access to a smart device, i>clicker GO has the ability to work along side i>clicker and i>clicker 2 remotes. Presenters can easily manage a room using any of the i>clicker remote options.
- Flexible subscriptions. Supports flexible subscriptions, allowing participants to choose from a number of payment options. This makes i>clicker GO the most flexible and affordable solution.
i>clicker GO does not support self-paced polling at this time.
iOS App and Android App
iOS 5.1.1 or later
Android OS 2.3.3 or later
Minimum browsers requirements include:
Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0
Mozilla Firefox 14
Apple Safari 5.1
Google Chrome 21
Any other web browser that is fully compatible with these browsers
For an optimal i>clicker GO experience, the institution utilizing it should be capable of supporting the estimated maximum number of simultaneous i>clicker GO users within the same access area. For example, if 80 students are using i>clicker GO in the same room, the Access Point(s) (AP(s)) covering that room must be able to support at least 80 simultaneous users.