Knowledgebase: i>clicker for Students
Registering Your iClicker - Students

Article Last Updated July 2019

Please note that ePoll is now available - a free, web-based student response system. iClickers will no longer be centrally supported at the U of A starting in July 2019. For more information, please review the following update from 2018 - Link.

Some instructors use i>clicker voting responses for grading and for other tracking purposes. In such cases, you are required to register your clicker ID to your CCID. For identity security reasons, this process is done through a local registration website. You should not need to register at unless your instructor specifically tells you to do so.


If your instructor has directed you to register your i>clicker remote, follow these steps:

  1. Log onto eClass and enter the course website for whichever course you need to register the clicker.

  2. You can use the same clicker in multiple courses (so you only need to register once) but under the new system, students taking different courses that require clickers can share the same remote.

  3. Find the clicker ID on the back of your remote.

  4. Click the clicker registration link in your course - it should be near the top of the page and will be identified by the i>Clicker logo.

  5. Enter the clicker ID into the field provided and click Register.

Once this is done, your instructor's software will connect to the database and confirm your clicker ID based on your CCID.

Please note:

  • If you purchase a used clicker and encounter difficulties registering, please email and include the clicker ID and your CCID so we can correct the problem.
  • If you cannot see your clicker ID (ie. you have purchased a used clicker version 1 and the ID number has been rubbed off), please come visit us in room 1-56 of the General Services Building and we can run a quick utility to determine the clicker ID. For iClicker version 2, the device ID always appears on the LCD screen for the first few seconds after powering on.
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