Clickers are audience-response tools that provide instructors with instant feedback from students. Faculty pose questions to students in class, then students respond with their clicker remote or mobile device. Responses are recorded and can be viewed in class at the faculty’s discretion. Faculty are able to select correct answers and integrate with eCampus.

The campus standard for clickers at WVU are through the i>clicker vendor. Having a campus standard keeps costs for students lower and allows the device or subscription to be used in more than one course and/or semester and available through the bookstore. 

Use of clickers

Clickers should be used to engage student in class and can be done in a wide variety of ways. They can be used for

  • Active participation
  • Review of readings
  • Study guides
  • Expression of opinions
  • Material comprehension
  • Survey
  • Pre & post tests
  • Needs analysis
Application Options

There are two ways clickers can be used; REEF and i>clicker 7. Review the Student Response System Comparison Chart to aid in choosing which you will use in your classroom. If you would like to discuss your options please contact Dawn Hernandez at


For more information from the vendor, please visit


If you wish to use i>clicker 2 in your WVU class, please place a ticket, and someone will contact you. 


Review your syllabus or check with your instructor to learn if your class is using i>clicker 2. They can be purchased at the WVU Bookstore.

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