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MATH 113/114 – Calculus Fall 2013
Textbook Tax Credit- Why Not? What you need for the course How to log on to Enhanced WebAssign How to navigate your Youbook (e-book)
Did you know that you can claim… ◦ $65 for each month you qualify for the full-time education amount? ◦ or… ◦ $20 for each month you qualify for the part-time education amount? You can claim the textbook amount (right on your tax return!) if you are eligible to claim the education amount (and can support, with documentation, your enrolment at a post-secondary institution). Did you know……..
For students who do not want a physical copy of the textbook, it will suffice to purchase stand-alone access to Enhanced Web Assign, available at the Special Services Desk. ISBN: For students who do want a physical copy of the textbook and who will NOT be taking second-year calculus course, the following option is available: ◦ Hardcover bundle (includes a solutions manual) & Enhanced WebAssign access code with digital Youbook, Single-Variable Calculus Early Transcendentals (7 th edition) and Calculus Test Prep Problem Set. ISBN: For students who do want physical copy of the textbook and who WILL be taking second-year calculus courses, the following option is available: ◦ Hardcover bundle (includes solutions manuals) & Enhanced WebAssign access code with digital Youbook, Calculus Early Transcendentals (7 th edition) and Calculus Test Prep Problem Set. ISBN: All options include life of edition accesss to Enhanced WebAssign and Your Stewart Youbook (e-book)
Allows you to complete required online homework assignments. Provides you with immediate feedback. Helps you stay on track with the course. Includes rich, tutorial content to aid in concept mastery. Provides access to an AWESOME interactive digital version of your textbook (or relevant textbook passages). Will help you to succeed in this course. Enhanced WebAssign
Please go to the login page at: So, How Do I Log In? Click on I have a Class Key
Your Class Key (see next slide for your key): Enter Your Class Key
9 Your Class Key is (make sure you choose the right section): MATH 113 Class Key MATH 114: Class Key Lec A1 Farzamirad M ualberta Lec B1 Yahya H. ualberta Lec B1 Gao N ualberta Lec C1, Leonard E ualberta Lec C1 Tokarsky G ualberta Lec C2, Mendez S ualberta Lec D1 Farzamirad M ualberta Lec D1, Chen X ualberta Lec E1 Tokarsky G ualberta Lec D2, Cartledge, P. ualberta Lec F1 Osmanagic ualberta Lec E1 Yahya H. ualberta Lec G1, Fok R ualberta Lec F1, Spektor S ualberta Lec H1 Leonard E.K. ualberta Lec H1, Yaskina ualberta Lec J1, Powell, E. ualberta Lec J1 Lau A.T. ualberta Lec K1, Biglands A ualberta Lec K1, Schmuland Bualberta Lec L1, Cartledge P. ualberta
You’ll receive confirmation that your Class Key has been recognized. Click Yes, this is my class. Confirmation
11 Username: Enter a username of your choice. Please choose something other than your U of A CCID. Fill out the required fields only, marked by a *. You must use your U of A address. Do not supply your student ID #.
After logging in, you will see a notice that shows you payment options: To register, enter your access code if you have an access code card. If you do not have an access code card, you can buy an access code online with a credit card or by using a PayPal account or purchase one at the Special Services desk at the bookstore. You can also access your course under a free 14 day trial period. After the Grace Period ends, you must enter an access code to continue working on assignments and accessing your grades. How Do I Pay for WebAssign?
Payment/Code Registration Screen
EWA with eBook What Does Your Access Code Look Like?
Entering Your Access Code
Your Home Page
EWA includes entry palettes to allow you to easily enter the appropriate notation (when required) to submit your answers. MathPad, PhysPad, CalcPad
Log in, then click My Options in the upper right corner. Enter an address if none is listed. In Change Password, enter your new password, then re-enter your new password for confirmation. Enter your current password in the lower left corner. Click Save. Resetting Your Password
Click Reset Password on the Login Page. You will need your username, institution code and the address for your account. Otherwise, your instructor is able to reset your password. What if I Forget My Password?
Links to the WebAssign Student Guide are available on your Login Page and after logging in. The Student Guide Explains How to access and open assignments. How to answer various types of questions. How to ask your teacher for help. How to view scores and grades. How to find additional resources. Student Guide
When to use the ‘Ask Your Teacher’ link: - If you entered in an answer but realize you used the wrong notation/symbols - If you are experiencing technical difficulties with any of the WebAssign functions. Check your browser settings first and/or contact WebAssign help. When you should attend instructor office hours or go to the Math student help centre: - When you are not sure how to do a certain problem or question and need guidance - If you need extra help understanding the concept or question What to do if you have questions
Additional WebAssign help: Phone support: (800) , then press 1 support: See the WebAssign support page at for support hours Need Help?
Your professors have carefully selected your course materials. Visit your campus bookstore to find these options. Got Questions? Not sure what to buy? Look for us at the bookstore with textbook questions during the first 2 weeks of class or ask a bookstore staff member. Your course text materials are now available!!
Your Integrated Youbook (e-book)
Access the TOC Choose a page # Change the page view Access all integrated Media Study Tools Print for offline viewing Zoom in for larger viewing
Highlight the text Makes notes Attach the notes to any page All the notes and highlights will be tracked. Access them any time.
LECTURE VIDEOS: A series of hundreds of clips covering all three semesters. Videos will help if you miss a class or are a more visually oriented or auditory learner. VIDEO EXAMPLES: These are videos of instructors working through selected Worked Examples from the text. You can stop, rewind, and review complex examples as you work the problem.
TEC Animations, written and narrated by Jim Stewart, offer a number of ways to reinforce concepts for review or by using the accompanying exercises and examples. WOLFRAM DEMONSTRATIONS: watch a web preview or download the animation to your hard drive to work with the full version. Explore these animations at critical points of your study throughout the text.
The Homework Tutors are composed of three parts: 1) Problem statement from the textbook 2) Homework Hints which were written by Jim Stewart and are intended to guide you if you’re stuck. 3) Video Solutions You can click the “Add Bookmark” button to save Exercises to your Tutor Bookmarks panel for easy reference. All Homework Tutors can also be accessed from the main YouBook toolbar by clicking the down arrow to the left of the icon.