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Driven by Learning Insights to Help You Achieve More.

This unique combination of user-centered design, rigorous research from the learning sciences, iterative refinement, and empirical insights from novel and powerful data mining and Impact Research results in solutions that are empathetic, deeply intuitive, highly impactful, and drive the very best outcomes.

Students achieve higher final course grades with iClicker.

Additional Findings:

Student engagement in the classroom more than doubles with the use of iClicker.

Male and female students are equally engaged, with no statistically significant difference in participation in iClicker activities.

Student confidence increases by using iClicker - students report that they are more confident participating in class and that the anonymity of iClicker makes them more likely to participate.

iClicker increases end of course grades for students who are less motivated to succeed and students who began the course less academically prepared to succeed.

iClicker is easy to use - even for instructors lacking confidence or experience with technology.

100% of instructors believe that iClicker increases active learning in the classroom.

See the impact iClicker is having on active learning in these studies.


8 Studies on Improved Academic Performance with iClicker

Features for Student Engagement & Success

As the first and still most widely-used student engagement system in higher education, iClicker continues to provide the most innovative, research-based, and pedagogically-based capabilities to improve student engagement and academic success with features that make student engagement easier that ever.

Geo-Location Attendance

Geo-location attendance tracking allows instructors to know who is in class and how students engage once they are there.

Anonymous polling

Anonymous polling enables students to respond and share their views on potentially sensitive topics they may otherwise be hesitant to discuss.

Exit polling

Exit polling allows instructors to gather student feedback on their understanding of concepts covered in class.