This tutorial will show you how to send your iclicker data from the iclicker program to your Canvas grade book. iClicker should already be integrated with Canvas at this point. If it is not, visit Set Up i>Clicker Integration for Canvas before continuing with this tutorial.

Step 1

Open the iclicker program, select the appropriate course, and then select Open Gradebook.

Screenshot of the Open Gradebook button.

Step 2

If you have any remote IDs that are not associated with a student's name, select Sync Roster in the toolbar at the top.

Screenshot of the Sync button.

Step 3

Once the synchronization process is complete, you will see a window that tells you how many records were updated. Select Close. If all of your students have already registered their remotes, all remote IDs will be associated with a student, and so you will only see student names. However, if a student hasn't registered his/her remote, you will still see an unassociated remote ID after you sync. In order for the student to receive credit in Canvas for his/her responses, the student must register his/her remote.

Screenshot of the Close button.

Screenshot of the newly synced gradebook.

Step 4

Once every remote ID has been registered with a student, select Sync Scores in the toolbar at the top.

Screenshot of the Export button.

Step 5

Select which session(s) you would like to send to Canvas. Then select Next.

Screenshot of selecting the session(s).

Step 6

Choose how you would like export your data. In the top section, the first option creates a separate column for each session. The second option combines all sessions into one column. The bottom section depends on settings you would have set before the session. Next, select Upload.

Screenshot of the Export button.

You will see a window showing the progress of the upload. Once all of the scores have been uploaded, the window will say Scores uploaded successfully. Select Close.

Screenshot of the progress window.

Step 14

Navigate to the grade book and look for a column named after the session (Example: Session 1)

Screenshot of the gradebook column.

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