About Clickers

Clickers and ResponseWare are two ways that students can use to  respond to interactive questions.

What are Clickers?

Clickers are hardware devices that allow students to participate in presentations or lectures by submitting responses to questions via a keypad.

What are Receivers?

Clickers communicate with a receiver in each classroom that is set to a specific channel. If you use your clicker in more than one class you may need to change the channel on your clicker at the beginning of class.

What is ResponseWare?

ResponseWare turns a student's web-enabled device into a virtual clicker.  Students are able to respond to polling questions using a Wi-Fi or data connection

The UB wireless network may be insufficient to support all student ResponseWare connection attempts. UB recommends that students use clickers (NXT or QT models).

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