Students taking courses which use the McGraw-Hill Connect/LearnSmart program (mostly business and/or accounting courses, but several other courses as well--currently ALH108 and some sections of BIO105 and IDS101) will automatically have access to that program. (The access is paid for with the Course Materials Fee--see box below on this page.)
However, students will need to register themselves, at the beginning of the term, in each course--essentially joining the class within the program. (You will only need to do this once for each course.)
**If you have never taken a course which uses the Connect/LearnSmart program, you will need to create an account with McGraw-Hill. You will only need to do that once to have an account for all courses.
Please see the detailed instructions (with screenshots) in the PDF file below. If you have any questions or problems, please contact the school's Textbook Coordinator, Karen Jury (email@example.com or 717-728-2249)
Students taking almost all Business (BUS) and Accounting (ACC) courses, along with a few other courses (currently ALH108 and some sections of BIO105 and IDS101) will be charged a "course materials fee" when they register for the affected courses. This will allow students to have full access, from the first day of class, to the McGraw-Hill Connect/LearnSmart program without needing to do anything except log in to Blackboard.
There are a few business and accounting courses that do not use the McGraw-Hill program, so students will still be responsible for purchasing books/materials as needed for those courses.
Any questions about the course materials fee, including the procedure for opting out, please contact Karen Jury, Textbook Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org or 717-728-2249).