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Then click Begin B. Choose one of three ways to register for your class: — Register with a Registration Code A — Buy Online with a credit card B — Start courtesy access C , a day free trial of your Connect course. Courtesy access is particularly useful for students who are awaiting financial aid and for those who may drop the class. Then click Complete My Registration B. You'll receive a confirmation that you've registered for Connect created a Connect account. This also indicates that your Canvas account and Connect account are linked together.
From here you can go to Connect A or return to Canvas B. If you choose to go to Connect, you'll see your Section Home page, which contains your list of assignments. Return to Canvas at any time by clicking the Return to For information about your scores, reports and overall performance in specific classes, click the Results menu A and then the class B. You'll see the list of assignments for the class and, alongside each assignment, your percentage score and how many points you scored out of the total.
Here we'll explain how to take Connect assignments in Canvas. Once you've logged into Canvas, select Assignments A from the menu. Then select the assignment you want to take B. Review the available assignment information and click Start assignment A. If you aren't ready to take the assignment, you can return to Canvas by clicking Return to Begin taking the assignment.
You can move to the next question by click the arrow near the question dropdown menu A. When you've completed the assignment, click Submit C. Please note that these steps only apply to specific assignment types. You'll see a confirmation modal asking if you're sure you're ready to submit the assignment.
If you are, click Submit A. Please note that this step only applies to specific assignment types. Once you've submitted the assignment, you'll be returned to the assignment questions. You'll be returned to the assignment page in Canvas. Click Grades A to view your grades. Once you've logged into Canvas, go to the Assignments page A.
Since you have an existing Connect account, you'll simply enter your email address A and password B , and then click Sign In C. Review the information to make sure you're linking the correct Connect class to your Canvas course. Then click Continue A. You'll receive a confirmation that your Canvas account and Connect account are linked together.
From here you can go to Connect A , where you'll have to find your assignment in the assignment list, or return to Canvas B and relaunch the assignment there. Your instructor can assign you a variety of assignment types, including web activities A , blog assignments B or file attachment assignments C. There are additional assignment types, such as LearnSmart, but this is an overview of the three assignment types listed above. Take some time to familiarize yourself with them before they're assigned to you. Web activities are straightforward and easy to use. Read your instructor's instructions and click on the provided links A.
Blog assignments require several steps. Once you populate the text fields — the title and body of the post — you'll have the option to delete the post, save it or add it, which will make it visible to your instructor. File attachment assignments simply require you to attach a file for submission to your instructor.
You can choose files to add or drag them directly. Most file types are accepted, but make sure to read the information regarding acceptable file types and sizes. You can do this before or after creating a Connect account or registering for a Connect class. Begin by logging into your Blackboard account. Under My Courses, find and click the Connect class name your instructor provided A. Please note that your instructor must create the class and pair it with Blackboard before you can proceed. Locate an available Connect or LearnSmart assignment and click it.
Please note that you may need to consult with your instructor in order to locate the assignment. In this case, it is located under the Course Material tab A. In some cases, like the one shown here, assignments will be placed in folders. Either click on an available assignment or on a folder A in order to proceed. If the assignment is contained in a folder, as shown here, open the folder and then select an available assignment A.
If you do not have a Connect account, simply Register here B. Please note that if you have already registered for the class in Connect, your Blackboard and Connect accounts will be paired automatically. Learn more about registering for Connect. To register for a Connect class, plug the URL provided by your instructor into a browser. You'll be taken to a welcome screen that contains information about your class, including the instructor name and class title. When you're sure that information is correct, enter your email address A and click Begin B.
Note: If you've already purchased the book, using either a credit card or access code, you still have to join the class. Enter the email address you used when purchasing the book and you'll be registered to the class.
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Next you'll have to create a Connect account. Enter your information, agree to the terms and move on to the next step A. If you're purchasing Connect with a credit card, select Buy Online A. Learn more about registering with an access code. Enter your billing information A and then your payment information B , and then review and place your order C. At the end of this three-step purchase process, you'll be able to finalize your purchase and view your Connect class.
You'll see a confirmation page showing your newly purchased Connect class! Click Continue A to move on. This is the final page in the registration process. If you're registering for Connect with an access code, enter the access code A and click Submit B. Learn more about registering with a credit card. Prerequisite assignments are assignments that must be taken in a required order. Each assignment must be completed before the next assignment can be taken. These assignments will be indicated in the assignment list on your Section Home page A. When you click on the indicated assignment, a window will open showing you all of the prerequisite assignments associated with that assignment.
You must take the first assignment in the list A and complete it with the required score B before you can move on to the next assignment. Some prerequisite assignments are grouped in clusters C. These can be taken in any order, but they must be fully completed before you can move on to the next assignment. Click OK to proceed D. When you complete a required assignment, the next assignment will become available in your assignment list. Once you've logged into Brightspace, select the class you want to pair. Then, in the widget, click Begin A.
Enter the required information to register and create your Connect account. When finished, click Next Step A. Choose one of three ways to register for your class: — Register with an access code A — Purchase access with a credit card B — Start courtesy access C , a day free trial of your Connect course.
When you've completed registration, you'll see a Success page from which you can Go to Connect A. Explore your new Connect class! You can return to Brightspace at any time by clicking the link at the top of the page A. Find the assignment you want to take and click on its title to see assignment information A such as assignment type, start and due dates, attempts remaining, points possible, extensions and time limits B. You can also jump right into an assignment by clicking its quick-start arrow C. Important note: Clicking Begin from the information panel or using the quick start will automatically begin your first attempt.
F to take the assignment. Remember: Seeing this page means your assignment attempt was automatically started, and, if timed, that the clock started. Click Go back G to return to the previous screen. Assignments contain a progress bar A so you can track your work. Click the square icon B to open the question map, where you can skip around questions. Otherwise, just click Submit F to turn it in. The question map contains all of the questions within an assignment.
You can skip around as needed, but note that some questions are grouped in series that have a required order. Grouped questions are indicated by a link icon A and paginated text B. Use the progress bar to track your status C. Click the X D to leave the question map and return to your work. The My Process screen will appear. The strategy wheel A contains questions that must be answered before, during or after the reading, each category indicated with a different color.
Click a strategy to begin. If your instructor assigned you to upload a text, you will be directed to do so after clicking the assignment from the Section Home. It is best to remove any unnecessary images prior to uploading in order to reduce the file size. When your upload is complete, click Assign B. You can also Delete C or Preview D the file.
Selecting a strategy takes you to the reading and its accompanying question. Enter your response in the answer field A and click Save B. To return to the strategy wheel at any time, click My Process C. Click the comment icon that appears B , enter your annotation in the space allotted C and Save D. Remember to Save your response E.
Enter your response in the answer field A and then Save B.
You can analyze your process using the data provided: the order in which you visited strategies C and number of times you did so D. When satisfied with your responses, Submit Assignment B. You can also download the assignment as a PDF C. Every assignment is worth a different amount of points and every category of assignments Homework, Quiz, Exam, etc. Within a category, each assignment is weighted based on the total points possible. The points earned on each assignment are summed and then divided by the total points possible for that category.
Above is an example of this. To calculate your total grade, first all the categories are calculated as we have just described. Then each category score is converted to a decimal by moving the decimal point two places to the left ex. The gradebook is currently only available for World Language titles, so you may not have a gradebook at all.
After multiplying each category score by its weight, the new totals for each category are added together to give you the total score in percent. From your Library tab A , click voice tools B to create a voice presentation C , a voice email D or a voice podcast E. To complete a new assignment using one of the tools, click its respective tile. The voice presentation tool allows you to record comments about web content that you can present to your instructors and peers. With voice email, you can add a personal touch to emails you send to instructors and classmates. You can also record voice podcasts to bring real-world content and engage in holistic learning.
Click submit B to create your presentation. A new screen with instructions and helpful tips will open. Click new A to begin creating your presentation. Begin recording your comments D and, if desired, add a comment in the field below D. Click post E when done. To add another slide to the presentation, click new again. Click submit. Click record A to begin and stop B when done. Add comments C as desired and click send D. A new window will open. Click new A and enter a subject title B.
Click record C to begin and stop D when done. Enter comments E as desired and click post F. For more information on how your peers and instructors can subscribe to your podcast, click help B. Podcast subscriptions are very useful to students, particularly if you plan to post podcasts daily, weekly or monthly. Subscriptions allow your newest podcasts to be automatically downloaded to most mobile devices so that your friends and instructors can listen to them on the go.
The peer review questions your instructor assigned display one at a time A. Use the arrows to scroll through the questions. Type your answer in the comment box A and click save comment B. An orange speech bubble will appear where you left your comment in the draft. When you have answered all the questions and are ready to submit your comments to your peer and your instructor, click submit A at the bottom of the essay.
When you first enter Connect, you'll land on your To Do list, which surfaces all of your most pressing assignments. In the left panel, which can be expanded and collapsed, you'll find vital information for your studies. You can register for Connect in a few simple steps. First, find the section web address on the student registration info sheet your instructor provided A , and then plug the URL into your browser. Then, you will register and create a Connect account.
Enter your information, agree to the terms and Continue A. You will have the option to buy Connect online A , access it with an access code B or use temporary access C. Learn about: Purchasing Connect Registering with an access code Registering with temporary access. To upgrade from temporary Connect access to full access, find the Classes icon A in the left menu of your section home page.
Then click Yes, purchase access B. You'll have the option to buy Connect online A or register with an access code B. Enter your access code A and click Redeem B. Learn about: Purchasing Connect Registering with temporary access. You will review the Connect section information A and then choose to purchase it by selecting Check Out B. Learn about: Registering with an access code Registering with temporary access.
You will then receive your order confirmation and be able to access Connect by clicking Continue to Connect A. You have the option to use temporary access to the Connect section before purchasing it or using an access code. To begin using temporary access, click Start Now A. Learn about: Purchasing Connect Registering with an access code. If you used a registration code, you'll see this screen next. You'll see a screen confirming your completed registration. Click Student Edition A to proceed to Connect. Each box contains useful information on how to get the most out of LearnSmart and how to complete your assignment.
Upon entering the LearnSmart module you were assignment, you'll a progress bar indicating how much progress you've made on the assignment so far, as well as topics included in the module. Click Learn A to begin. You can also Recharge B if necessary and view Reports C related to the assignment. Help and other options are available in the menu D. Smartbook assignments adapt to you! Launch SmartBook assignments from your To Do or class pages just like any other assignment. After selecting content assigned to you from your To Do list or the Table of Contents A you can begin reading.
You can preview the material using the page images on the left B. Especially important content will be highlighted yellow C. Once you have mastered the concepts these highlights will change to green D.
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You can always turn the highlights on or off E if you find them distracting. When you are ready to practice, go to the Practice A phase, which will reinforce concepts learned during the reading phase. In the Practice phase, answer the questions and then make choices based on your comfort level A with the material. SmartBook recycles content based on your mastery.
Use the Reports A section to evaluate your performance and help you use SmartBook more efficiently. Recharge A or review SmartBook assignments to keep your knowledge fresh. Check that your email address and password are accurate and being entered correctly. If you still have trouble after creating a new password, contact the McGraw-Hill Customer Experience Group at or customer. Navigate to the page you want to bookmark. Click the bookmark tool A and then click add bookmark B. Note: The title of the tool may vary depending on your course. Enter your speech title. To rename your outline at any time, click rename and enter your new title in the field provided.
When finished, click save. Note: For select titles, you will have the option to enter your Speech Objectives. You can enter your copy into the fields provided and use the tools in the toolbar to easily format and organize your speech. Use the Connective tool to help identify a transition statement between major talking points within the Outline A.
Note: Connectives and Lines of text within the Introduction, Body or Conclusion text areas can be added, deleted or re-ordered using the toolbar, or via drag-n-drop methods. To see a preview of your work, select Print Preview. The system will also continue to auto-save. When you are finished, click Export to export your Outline to Word. Review the export confirmation screen and select continue to export to complete the file export. To submit your outline to your instructor, go to your assignment list on the home tab and select the appropriate assignment.
Click browse, and locate the corresponding file on your computer. Note: The maximum file size for your response file is 25MB. Click the info icon for information on accepted file types you can upload. If your instructor is using the Tegrity service to record lectures, you can subscribe to the Tegrity service to and view your instructor's lecture at any time using a web browser, iPod or other mobile devices. Self-Quiz and Study? Your instructor may make this available for you to review key concepts and take practice assignments.
It is available here in your library for you to use as additional study material. It has a variety of additional textbook related material you can use for your own self-study purposes. Click the library tab at the top of the page A. Click course files either in the left library navigation bar B or on the main library landing page C. Available course reference files uploaded by your instructor will be listed here. The list shows the date it was shared, the file type and the file size. To download a file, simply click the file name A. On the section home page, all of your assignments from your instructor are listed by default.
Information provided in the assignment list: - A assignment name - Click the assignment name to begin an assignment. Quiz, Homework, Exam or Practice. You will have a certain amount of time for you to complete the assignment once you have started it. Roll your mouse over the clock icon to view your time limit. Once you access the assignment, the timer will start, and you must complete the assignment within the time given.
Signing out or leaving the assignment does not stop the timer. When the timer reaches zero, your assignment will automatically be submitted and any incomplete questions will be marked incorrect. On your Section Home page, the assignment list displays all of the assignments your instructor has set up for you. Note that timed assignments are indicated by an "alarm clock" icon B. Click a timed assignment, to see the time limit for this assignment. The timers for timed assignments do not stop until the time expires, whether you are active in the assignment or not.
After you launch the assignment, you'll see several features you can use to navigate the assignment and resources to help you answer questions. In Connect Spanish, your instructor may assign Voice Record questions, where you hear the pronunciation of each vocabulary item presented in the image and have the opportunity to record yourself saying the same word. Your instructor will be able to review your responses when you submit the assignment. Click play A for each word, or phrase, and listen to it. Note: you can also click the play button next to your recording to hear your response.
Once the assignment has opened, review the instructions A and download any reference files B included. Develop your response to the assignment. When you have your response file ready, click Choose File C and locate the file on your computer. Please note that the maximum file size for your response is 25MB.
Group assignments will appear in your assignment list on your section home page. Click the assignment name A with the group icon to open the group assignment. Group assignments are made up of two areas — group workspace A for collaboration and submit assignment B for turning in the final group project. In the group workspace, the name of the assignment A , other members in your group B , and the topic if entered by your instructor are displayed.
Also displayed are the instructions for the assignment C as well as any instructor attachments and web links. Click raise your hand B if you would like to include your instructor on the message. You can also attach files to a new post for reference C. Connect tracks the level of participation and activity of each group member A which is visible to other team members and the instructor.
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Click the message link to go directly to the group workspace for the assignment. When your group has completed the final draft and you are ready to submit, click on the submit assignment A tab to attach the final submission B. If needed, include any necessary comments for your instructor C.
Click the submit assignment button to send the group response to your instructor. You will receive a confirmation that your assignment has been submitted successfully. Each student in the group will also receive a notification in their message center on their section home page that the assignment has been submitted and by which group member A. When the video recorder loads, click Allow A for Flash Player to access your camera and microphone. Next, select the quality of the video. The default for a typical broadband connection is medium, but if you have a slower connection you may need to select low.
After you select the quality, click Okay.
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Click the red record button A to begin recording your speech. The video recorder bar will display a timer in the left hand corner once you start recording. When you finish your speech, click the red record button again to stop recording. Next, add the title of your speech and a description C , and attach any other files your instructor may have requested such as the outline, visual aids, or reference materials. Click play to watch your speech. If your instructor included a self review rubric, complete the evaluation B. You can include general comments in the text box below the video.
Make sure to click post C. Download any question reference file B your instructor may have added. When your response file is ready, click browse or choose file C to add the file from your computer. Once your file has been added, click save D to confirm the upload to Connect. Note: You cannot change the file attached to an assignment attempt once submitted. Maximum upload file size is 15MB. To view accepted file types, click the info icon E. When you submit your assignment, any auto-graded questions will be scored and the file attachment question s points will not be credited toward the final grade until manually graded by your instructor.
If your instructor has allowed for detailed feedback you'll be able to view the assignment details. This will automatically open your overall performance report. Access assignment details for each attempt by clicking a score link in the Scores column B. The Assignment Details page shows a summary at the top. The question shows your response and the correct answer along with any additional explanation your instructor may have provided A.
Click through each question to review your answers B. Review the instructions, then begin posting on your individual blog workspace. Click post C to publish to your blog. Follow those steps each time you want to add a new post. You can comment on any blog post by clicking the add a comment button B at the bottom of the post. Just enter your comment and click post C.
Blog assignments are automatically submitted on the due date and time your instructor set. Review the instructions, and then begin posting to the class discussion board workspace. Click post to publish to the discussion board. Follow those steps each time you want to add a new message. Click post C add to the discussion thread.
Discussion board assignments are automatically submitted on the due date and time your instructor set. Switch between group members using the tabs at the top of the page A. Click play to begin watching the speech. Warrior Cat Relations! Average Dustpelt Feb 24 07 plays. Average sorrelltail Oct 21 07 plays. Average Toadpaw Mar 15 08 plays. Average Firestar7 Apr 02 08 plays. Average Myfavouriteboy Apr 01 09 plays. Warriors Mates 10 questions Average , 10 Qns, insaneular, Jul 02 Average insaneular Jul 02 09 plays. Which Clan cat am I? Tough dustpelt Apr 08 07 plays.
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