self-enrollment-08-2010-rev2

self-enrollment-08-2010-rev2 - OSU (not at another...

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WebAssign Self-Enrollment for OSU Calculus 1. Go to https://www.webassign.net/login.html. At the bottom of the page, it should say, "Students: If your instructor gave you a Class Key, add yourself to that class here." Click the button that says, "I have a Class Key." 2. Type the class key your instructor gave you in the three boxes that appear. In the first box, you'll type okstate. In the second two, you'll type four-digit numbers. Click Submit. 3. You should get a screen that says that your Class Key has been recognized. Make sure the section and instructor information match the class in which you're enrolled. If not, check to be sure you have the right Class Key. If the information is right, click "Yes, this is my class." 4. You will be asked if you already have a WebAssign account. If you have one from taking the OSU math placement exam, then use that one; your login would be your short O-Key login. If not, but you have an account from another class at
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Unformatted text preview: OSU (not at another institution), use that account. If you dont already have an account, select, "I need to create a WebAssign account," and click Continue. 5. If youre creating a new account, you will now be asked to pick a username and password. For your username, we recommend that you use either your short or long O-Key login. Your institution code is okstate, and that should be entered already. Pick a password that would be hard for others to guess. Then under student information, please enter your first and last names, e-mail address, and OSU student number. When youre done, click "Create My Account." 6. You will eventually be prompted for an Access Code, which you should have received bundled with your textbook. You may use WebAssign for a couple weeks without entering the code, but eventually youll be locked out if you dont enter it....
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2011 for the course MATH 2144 taught by Professor Pagano during the Fall '08 term at Oklahoma State.

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