RELEASE | iClicker Spring 2018

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Expanded Student Study Capabilities


NEW! Digital flashcards

Students can easily create and curate flashcards around concepts they most need to practice and review to create a more focused, customized study experience, right from their mobile devices.


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Modernized and streamlined instructor options


NEW! Run and manage polling session and class presentation from mobile devices

Instructors no longer have to be tethered to a desktop. Polling session and your presentation can be managed including monitoring and sharing results, tracking which students have responded and reviewing questions in the active polling session, all from a mobile device.

PLEASE NOTE: The iClicker Cloud Mobile instructor app requires iClicker Cloud 4.2.2 or newer

  4.3 Release Instructor Mobile  


PREVIEW! New elegant, modern instructor web experience

Instructors can preview the modern, streamlined navigation and design of the iClicker web experience going live for Fall 2018. Instructors can get a jumpstart on familiarizing themselves with the new, easy-to-use experience prior to the mandatory update for Fall courses.


4.3 Release Interface


Enhanced instructor communication with iClicker product team


NEW! Give Feedback button

When using the new modern, streamlined preview experience, instructors can provide direct feedback to the iClicker product team via the “Give Feedback” button in the left navigation bar making it even easier for instructors and technologists to provide insight and feedback on the iClicker experience.

4.3 Release Feedback


Improved accessibility for students and instructors

We continue to make steady progress to ensure that iClicker and its supporting applications are aligned to WCAG 2.0 accessibility standards as closely as possible. The March 2018 release includes numerous screen-reader and keyboard accessibility improvements to the instructor and student websites.


4.3 Release Accessibility