Clicker Introduction

Clicker Introduction - Conquering the Clicker Before Using...

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Conquering the Clicker
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Before Using the Keypad in Class Before you use your keypad in class, you must register it at student.turningtechnologies.com This will ensure that you receive credit for your answers and attendance. You only need to do this once each semester. If for some reason, you replace your keypad, you should re-register the new keypad and let me know.
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Keypad Device ID Your Keypad has a unique identification, look for your 6 digit “Device ID” on the back, just below the bar code. The Device ID is a combination of the numbers 0-9 and/or the letters A-F (no letter “O”)
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Changing Channels
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CH# 41 Send User Data Current Channel (each classroom will have a different channel) Battery Status (two AAA batteries in back) Presentation Test/Homework Change Channel Press YES to scroll down through Menu Press NO to scroll up Default Menu Screen Note: the screen goes blank very quickly. This is normal. Press any key to activate it again.
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The keypads in each classroom communicate with a receiver that is set to a specific channel. If you use the keypad in more than one class, you will need to change the channel at the beginning of each class. Channel 35
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2011 for the course ACC 200 taught by Professor Buckless during the Spring '08 term at N.C. State.

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