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iClicker Cloud 5.0 Beta
A modern and simple in-class experience

All Your Tools In One Place, More Time For Teaching

Starting a class session and running activities using iClicker is now quicker, easier, and more intuitive.

What's New

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iClicker Cloud 5.0 will be required as of August 2019.

What’s New in iClicker Cloud 5.0?

Engage your students using the desktop software for in-class activities.

The iClicker Cloud desktop software is your hub for in-class activities. Polling, quizzing, and attendance are streamlined into one, simplified toolbar. The desktop software contains all the you need to see your attendees, view participation, and grade your questions during class.

Sign-in to the instructor website to access course data, anytime, anywhere.

Tasks commonly completed outside of class, such as roster management and grading past sessions, are now exclusively available at the instructor website. Links to these features are available within the desktop software.

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Download the new iClicker Cloud 5.0 Beta

Note: Students using iClicker Reef on a mobile device should update to the most recent version of the app for the best experience. Students using iPhones are strongly encouraged to update to version 5.2.3 of iClicker Reef (released Feb 28).

iClicker Cloud 5.0 Beta is a new, separate version of the desktop software and is not an upgrade of any other version of iClicker Cloud on your computer. Therefore, you do not need to remove any current version of iClicker Cloud 4.x from your computer when downloading iClicker Cloud 5.0, and you can switch back and forth between the two as needed.

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How to Run a Poll During Class

How to Run a Quiz During Class

How to Use the Instructor Website