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iClicker Resource Center

Classroom Response Systems, also know as "audience response system", have been used on UT Austin campus for almost 2o years. As of 2017, iClicker is the only system with a physical clicker. All of the other systems you may have heard of are web-based and can be accessed on mobile devices. 

The iClicker system is free for instructors. New iClicker remotes for students run about $50 from the COOP but students can purchase used remotes for as little as $10. 

Advantages to using iClicker over web-based products:

  1. They run on radio frequency so robust WIFI, or lack thereof, does not matter.
  2. No reoccurring subscription. Once students purchase a remote, it'll work for as many courses and years as they need it.
  3. Students cannot easily capture instructor's content such as quiz questions, reading comprehension questions, or other course materials. 

Resources IconTo learn how to get started with iClicker, download iClicker software, or view tutorials on how to set up your iClicker system, visit our iClicker Resource Center. 


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Cerego: Interactive, Self-Paced Assessments

Is there a product I can use to help students review course content throughout the semester?

Cerego is a free, self-paced study aid for students that allows instructors to share existing course materials with their students or create their own. 

Resources IconTo get started with Cerego, visit their website.
Check out Cerego's channel on YouTube. (You'll notice if you turn on closed captions their name is changed to "Sarah go." This is why you should use the UT Libraries for your transcription services.)