web assign - Using WebAssign What is WebAssign WebAssign is...

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Using WebAssign What is WebAssign? WebAssign is web-based homework system that allows you to access your homework assignment, submit answers, and get feedback from any computer with a connection to the Internet and a Web browser. In addition, you have online access to your textbook and additional resources. You access WebAssign Plus from the log in page, http://webassign.net/student.html . Logging in Username => The 7 numbers from your UCF PID, the username you use to log into Polaris to register for classes. If you don’t know your PID, get online and go to http://connect.ucf.edu . Click on the link that says “ Click here to get your PID and NID ” and follow the directions. Institution => (lower case) ucf Password => (lower case) physics [ Note that if you have used WebAssign at UCF before, your old password may still be valid. If you have forgotten your password, click on the ‘forgot password” link on the WebAssign log-in page. For this to work, your UCF email listing will have to be correct. If it is not, make sure your instructor has your correct email address so it can be uploaded into WebAssign.] Then click Submit* * Read through the directions carefully (95% of problems are solved by following the directions). If you have followed instructions and still can’t log in, If your email address listed with UCF is correct, you should be able to use the “forgot
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This note was uploaded on 07/30/2011 for the course PHY 2048 taught by Professor Bose during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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