Why iClicker for Institutions?
Engagement fosters success. iClicker’s institutional solutions remove barriers to engagement and inform interventions that re-engage students across the institution for better outcomes.
No need to be a ‘tech whiz’. All of iClicker’s solutions have elegant interfaces that make navigation and use easy. And getting started? It only takes a few minutes.
Flexible, but not overwhelming. Robust, yet affordable. iClicker’s solutions can easily be used to meet specific needs and desired outcomes across multiple academic and student affairs departments.
Between its research-based development, track record of proven results and the easy-to-understand analytics it provides, faculty, administrators, and institutions using iClicker solutions can be confident that they are making decisions based on defensible insight.
Engaging. Retaining. Succeeding.
Because every student deserves success
Affordably scaling engagement and retention best practices across campus is as easy as 1-2-3.
iClicker Insights drives early intervention to support student success
Case Study: University of Missouri
Recently, the University of Missouri set a priority goal to increase the retention rate of new students to 93% by 2023. To meet that goal, a variety of initiatives and outreach processes were established. Looking for ways to provide high-touch care in reaching more students, the University of Missouri joined Macmillan Learning as an early partner on the iClicker Insights project and utilized the iClicker Insights retention surveys to enhance their existing student success initiatives.
Case study results at-a-glance:
iClicker Insights empowers proactive outreach to at-risk students early in the semester
iClicker Insights reveals issues that typically go unnoticed in existing red-flag systems
iClicker Insights connects faculty and staff to create sustainable, campus-wide support systems
Interventions based on iClicker Insights survey results increase student retention
How iClicker Insights supports student success at a mid-sized 4-year university
Case Study: The University of Memphis
The University of Memphis is a public four-year research university offering undergraduate and graduate degrees. The institution serves over 22,000 students with one main campus in Memphis, Tennessee. Two administrators from the Student Academic Success department and seven instructors from various academic departments chose to participate in this study.
Case study results at-a-glance:
iClicker Insights makes it easier to identify and monitor students in need of support
iClicker Insights improves communication with both instructors and students
iClicker Insights is easy to use and meets the needs of administrators
iClicker Insights saves time
How they used the data
Survey Brief: University of Tennessee at Martin
In the midst of COVID-19, the University of Tennessee at Martin used data from the iClicker Insights COVID-19 Intervention Needs Survey to identify and intervene with students who were a retention risk. The short survey made administration and intervention simple.
Brief contents at-a-glance:
How the data was used to intervene with students
How intervention and outreach was delegated between shareholders
Student perceptions of and satisfaction with the survey
Survey outcomes and the results of outreach
Revitalizing student success efforts with iClicker Insights
Case Study: Rochester University
Rochester University, an open enrollment liberal arts institution, serves a unique student population. In the Spring 2022 semester, 52% of students are traditional daytime students, 23% are dual-enrolled or in the early college program, 22% are accelerated evening and online students, and 3% are graduate or professional development students. This diversity of access points, although convenient for students, creates challenges for supporting persistence, retention, and degree completion. One of the key initiatives in Rochester’s strategic plan is to enrich the student experience and increase retention.
Key findings at-a-glance:
Struggling in at least one course is an indicator of risk
The second highest risk for attrition is a neutral or low sense of belonging
Students who did not respond to the surveys are at a higher risk of attrition
Students who felt a higher sense of belonging or said they attended all of their classes retained far above the 2020 average
Feedback from Strategic Partners helped inform the development of iClicker Insights. An iClicker site licenses enables institutions to deliver iClicker attendance, polling, and student retention assessments at a significant cost savings to students and the institution.
The kind of support you dream about
Students, faculty and administrators at iClicker institutions enjoy stellar support from the iClicker team, including:
On-campus and virtual on-demand trainings
Dedicated Client Success partners for faculty and administrators
Pedagogical support from iClicker faculty and CTL advocates