Faculty Guide: Follett ACCESS

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Table of Contents

  1. Integrate BryteWave Within Canvas
  2. Integrate MyLab and Mastering
    1. In Canvas Via Modules
    2. In Canvas Via Navigation
    3. Link Accounts, Pair Canvas, and "MyLab and Mastering" Courses
  3. Integrate McGraw Hill Connect Within Canvas
    1. Pair your Connect Course to Canvas
    2. Deploy Assignments to Canvas

Integrate BryteWave Within Canvas


Follow the below instructions to add the tool.

  • Log in to Canvas
  • Then select the course which will contain the BryteWave link(s).
  • showing the steps to click on a course from the Canvas dashboard
  • In the course menu, select “Modules.
  • showing the steps to click on the Modules navigational link from the course navigation menu
  • Select the “+” button within the module, which will contain the BryteWave/RedShelf links.
  • showing the location of the + icon to add material to a Canvas Module.

  • In the "Add" drop-down menu, select "External Tool."
  • showing the steps to select "Add External Tool" material
  • Choose the RedShelf eBooks tool.
    • The URL should be https://brytewave.redshelf.com/lti/basic_launch/.
  • Check the box for "Load in a new tab."
  • Select “Add Item” to finish adding the LTI tool to the module.
  • showing the steps, 1) click the RedShelf ebooks within the displayed list, 2) Load in a new tab selection, 3) finish by clicking the Add item button

Please Note:

- Due to restrictions on how the LTI tool works, you might not have the option to impersonate a student experience. The professor and student experience are the same. If you try to open this LTI tool and you receive an error, or the book isn't on your shelf, there is a chance it hasn't been provisioned to you. Please work with your campus store to help get a copy of the book. The bookstore will also coordinate the provisioning of your eBook for your students.  

Support Materials

BryteWave Knowledge Base

 

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Integrate MyLab and Mastering Within Canvas


Set up MyLab and Mastering in Canvas Via Modules

  • Log in to Canvas
  • Then select the course which will contain the MyLab and Mastering link(s).
  • showing the steps to click on a course from the Canvas dashboard
  • In the course menu, select “Modules.
  • showing the steps to click on the Modules navigational link from the course navigation menu
  • Select "+Module"
  • showing location to click to add a module
  • Name the module accordingly
  • Click on "Add Module"
  • showing steps to title a module when creating a new one
  • Select the “+” button within the module, which will contain the MyLab and Mastering link.
  • showing the location of the + icon to add material to a Canvas Module.

  • In the "Add" drop-down menu, select "External Tool."
  • showing the steps to select "Add External Tool" material
  • Select the "MyLab and Mastering" link.
  • Click "Add Item."
  • showing clicks to add MyLab and Mastering External Tool to a module

Pearson Support Materials: Add MyLab and Mastering links

 

Set up MyLab and Mastering in Canvas Via Navigation

  • Log in to Canvas
  • Then select the course which will contain the MyLab and Mastering Navigational link.
  • showing the steps to click on a course from the Canvas dashboard
  • Select "Settings" in the course navigation menu on the left
  • showing location to click and navigate to the Settings area of a specific Canvas Course.
  • Select "Navigation" Tab
  • showing location to click to adjust the Navigation menu
  • Locate, click, and drag (while holding the left mouse button down) "Mylab and Mastering" up to the top list of items.
  • Release the left mouse button.
  • showing how to drag a navigational item to the top list of items for students to be able to access
  • Scroll down the webpage and click on "Save."
  • showing location to click to click save
  • You’ll see "MyLab and Mastering" in the course navigation.
  • showing location off added Canvas course navigational link MyLab and Mastering

Link Accounts, Pair Canvas, and "MyLab and Mastering" Courses

  • Open Pearson
  • Use your existing Pearson instructor account to create one to link accounts. (You do not need to sign in to Pearson again.)
  • Create or copy your MLM course to pair your courses.
    • For a Mylab Coordinator Course, choose instructor-use only.
    • For a member section in a course group, enter the course ID of the MyLab Coordinator course. 

Pearson Support Materials: Link Accounts - Pair courses Canvas 

 

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Integrate McGraw Hill Connect Within Canvas


You will need a course setup within Connect and an FSW Canvas Course.

  • Log in to Canvas
  • Then select the course which will contain the McGraw Hill Connect Navigational link.
  • showing the steps to click on a course from the Canvas dashboard
  • Select "Settings" in the course navigation menu on the left
  • showing location to click and navigate to the Settings area of a specific Canvas Course.
  • Select "Navigation" Tab
  • showing location to click to adjust the Navigation menu
  • Locate, click, and drag (while holding the left mouse button down) "McGraw Hill Connect" up to the top list of items.
  • Release the left mouse button.
  • showing how to drag a navigational item to the top list of items for students to be able to access
  • Scroll down the webpage and click on "Save."
  • showing location to click to click save
  • You’ll see "McGraw Hill Connect" in the course navigation.
  • showing location off added Canvas course navigational link McGraw Hill Connect

Pair your Connect course to Canvas

  • Click on the "McGraw-Hill Connect" link from within your Canvas course (see above.)
  • Click "Begin"
  • Sign in to your Connect Account
  • showing the Connect Sign in page

  • Choose Pair with an existing section in Connect.
  • Select the course you would like to pair.
  • Showing the clicks to choose pair and existing connect course and then selecting a course

  • Link the programs by selecting the section and save.
  • showing clicks to make to select a section and then saving

  • A message stating you’re done should appear.
  • you're done confirmation screen

Deploy Assignments Into Canvas

  • Navigate to your Connect Course Section Homepage
  • Select the assignments you would like to deploy to Canvas.
  • showing a connect course section homepage with the assignments checked

  • Mouse over the stack of papers icon

  • Highlight and click on "Deploy / manage."

  • showing a connect course section homepage and choosing the deploy menu option

  • The next menu will let you choose how you want to handle multiple attempt assignments.

    • Best: Will use the highest grade earned on all attempts

    • Last: Will use the most recent attempt

    • Average: Will average all attempts

  • Click "Deploy" after making your "Grade Type" selection.

  • showing the clicks to use the highest grade for multiple attempt assignments

  • You will be taken back to your section homepage, and you should now see the Canvas logo in the "Deployed" column.

  • showing location to confirm canvas assignments have been deployed

  • Navigate back to your Canvas course

  • Click on Assignments to verify the content was deployed.

  • canvas course assignments listed after being deployed through Connect website.

NOTE: The assignments will be imported into the topmost listed Assignment Group within Canvas.

You can leverage this mechanic to organize your material when deploying.

Support Resources:

Video: Connect - Canvas LMS Instructor Video - First Pairing

VideoCanvas LMS Instructor Video - Re-using a course

McGraw Hill Connect - Canvas Support Homepage

McGraw Hill Support Homepage
 

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Article ID: 122341
Created
Wed 12/9/20 1:00 PM
Modified
Thu 12/10/20 3:28 PM

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