Audience: Franklin University Instructors setting up Integration from Canvas courses to McGraw-Hill Connect courseware.
Disclaimer: The results and functionality of the following article only apply to audience listed above.
There are 3 main McGraw-Hill Platforms used for e-textbooks with Courseware at Franklin University:
- Connect (sometimes called Connect Plus)
- Connect Math
This article is about Connect.
This document outlines the requirements for instructors to provide access to McGraw-Hill Connect for their students.
Pairing: The process whereby a Canvas course section is virtually tied to a corresponding section of the same course in McGraw Hill’s CONNECT product.
Sharing: The process by which a lead faculty after creating a section specific copy of a course, is shared to an instructor who has access to teach using this course
In order for an instructor to give a student access to McGraw-Hill Connect via Canvas, the instructor must have a Connect account associated with a valid Franklin email account. This will conform to the Franklin University email naming standard: firstname.lastname@example.org. If this is not the case, the instructor will be unable to grant access.
If the instructor’s McGraw-Hill Connect account is not associated with their Franklin email address, there are two methods of resolving the issue.
1. If an instructor has a Connect account with an email that does not match the naming standard above, log in to the Connect account. On the top right edge of the screen there is a menu option called “MyAccount”. Click on this menu option and change the email address to email@example.com
2. If the instructor needs to keep the original account for other reasons, create a new Connect account and set the email address to firstname.lastname@example.org
After the instructor has a valid Franklin email account associated with their Connect account, the lead faculty will share the course to the instructor.
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