Setup Instructions - Monroe Library, Loyola University New ...

Setup Instructions - Monroe Library, Loyola University New ...

REEF Polling by i>clicker Student Set-up Instructions REEF Polling Basics 1 REEF Polling is a real-time, in-class, student response system. You can use REEF polling through either mobile devices or traditional iClickers. No matter how you choose to use REEF, you MUST sign up for a REEF account in order to use REEF polling. 2 You can choose to use your previously-purchased iClicker with REEF, or you can pay for a REEF account for use your mobile devices. You do NOT have to buy both a traditional clicker and a REEF subscription in order to participate in class. When you first register for a REEF account, you will be given a 30 day free trial to see all the features a paid subscription has to offer. When this trial runs out, you must either purchase a REEF subscription or use a traditional iClicker. REEF Polling by i>clicker Student Set-up Instructions

REEF Polling Subscriptions 1 You can purchase a paid REEF subscription for varying periods of time for different price-points. These subscriptions are available for a variety of time-periods, from 6 months ($9.99) to 4 years ($31.99). 2 Your REEF polling account is permanent, whether it is paid or not. You can log in, add courses, and register Clicker ID numbers in your account even if you choose not to pay for a REEF subscription after your free trial runs out. REEF Polling by i>clicker Student Set-up Instructions

Create a REEF Polling Account 1 Go to app.reef-education.com or download the free iOS app from the iTunes App Store. 2 Tap the Create a New Account option and complete the form. Use your university email address to sign up. Enter the first part of your loyno email address (before the @loyno.edu) in the Student ID field. If your email is [email protected], you would enter tseltzer as the Student ID. IMPORTANT: You only need one REEF account for all the courses you take at Loyola! You MUST have a REEF account, even if it is not paid, to use in-class polling. You can edit your account information in your profile if needed. REEF Polling by i>clicker Student Set-up Instructions

Add A Course to Your Account 1 Tap the Add a Course button and find this course using the following information: Institution: Loyola University New Orleans Course or Instructors Name: Click on the name of the course you want to join. 2 This course will now appear in your Courses list whenever you log in to REEF. If you have a paid REEF account, tap the course name to access course sessions. IMPORTANT: You MUST add your course to your REEF account, even if you do not have a paid subscription. REEF Polling by i>clicker Student Set-up Instructions Join the Active Session

and Vote Using Mobile Device 1 When a session is active, the Join Session button will appear on the course screen. Tap this button to join the session. 2 Once youre connected to the session, your screen will automatically update to allow you to answer questions whenever your instructor starts polling. REEF Polling by i>clicker Student Set-up Instructions Receive Feedback and Review Course Material with a Mobile Device

1 You will receive an image of the instructors screen along with correct/incorrect feedback when the instructor grades the question. 2 Review past sessions to study material after class. Tap a session to select it and tap a question to view the details. TIP: Because REEF Polling data is stored to the cloud, you can use your paid subscription to access your session history from anywhere using a web browser or the iOS app. If you have a free REEF account, you do not have this function. REEF Polling by i>clicker Student Set-up Instructions Add Your Clicker to Your

REEF Account 1 Login to your REEF account and tap the menu icon from your Courses screen and select the Profile option. 2 Register your clicker by tapping the Add a Clicker option on your Profile screen and entering your 8-character clicker ID. If you are using a free REEF account, you MUST register your clicker ID in order to participate in classroom polling. TIP: Use your registered clicker or REEF Polling to respond to questions. Either way, if you have a paid REEF account, you can review your answers in your session history.

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