iClicker for American Heritage

iClicker for American Heritage - Changing Your Frequency...

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Registering your i>clicker You can earn points for your i>clicker responses [for participation and/or answering questions correctly]. Until you register your i>clicker, your responses are tied to your clicker remote ID (located on the back of your clicker), rather than to you. When you do register, your previously recorded voting responses will be assigned to you.
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Registering your i>clicker online REGISTER AT www.iclicker.com 1. Go to www.iclicker.com . 2. Click “REGISTER.” 3. Enter these 4 details and click “submit.” IMPORTANT!! You MUST enter your Route Y ID (NOT your ID Card number) in the STUDENT ID field to ensure proper crediting.
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At the beginning of each class: Hold your On/Off button for 2 seconds (the blue Power Light will flash) Enter [AA] Your “Vote Status” light will turn green after you’ve entered this new frequency. Your frequency is now changed for the duration
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Unformatted text preview: Changing Your Frequency Other tips If you bought a used clicker, replace the AAA batteries (all of them). Do not use Duracell (they are a bit short for the casing). Do not use rechargeable batteries (they harm the clicker). Register your clicker by 12 September. Before using a new clicker for the first time, pull the plastic tab out of the battery compartment. Bring your clicker to class every day! Make sure your remote is on when voting! Do not submerge your clicker in liquid (and avoid liquid near the clicker); like most electronics, liquid + your clicker is a bad combination. Check out www.iclicker.com for FAQs. Contact [email protected] for help. Any Questions or Problems? Go to CTL Walk-in Center 3704 HBLL Go through glass doors on southwest corner of Library. Hours: 8am – 5 pm M-F...
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2012 for the course AHTG 100 taught by Professor Pope during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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