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1: Creating Accounts

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  • Creating Zoom Account

    First thing you need to do is create a Zoom account if you don't have one. It is recommended that you use your school (@ualr.edu) email to create your Zoom account. If you already have an account, please make sure that your name is easily identifiable - first and last name is ideal.

    1. Navigate to https://zoom.us/
    2. Click on the big orange button in the upper right corner that says "Sign Up, it's Free"
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      Figure \(\PageIndex{1}\): Click on the button indicated in the image
    3. Input your date of birth. This information is used for verification and will not be stored.
    4. On the next page, input your email (it is recommended that you use your @ualr.edu email). You can also sign up with your Google account and select your school email.
    5. Go to your email and look for the activation email. Open it and click “Activate account”. If you don't see the email, please check your spam folder, social and promotional tabs (if you use Gmail).
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      Figure \(\PageIndex{2}\): Activation email from Zoom
    6. Fill out your first and last name and create a password. Make sure to use a strong password.
    7. Let Zoom know that you are not a robot by completing reCAPTCHA.
    8. Skip the next step and then navigate to your account.
       

    Creating Hypothes.is Account

    Go to https://web.hypothes.is/ and follow the steps outlined in figure \(\PageIndex{3}\)

    clipboard_e01de3b69ff6b0f16b19d3bb37d901c3e.pngFigure \(\PageIndex{3}\): Steps for creating a hypothes.is account at https://web.hypothes.is/. (Copyright; R.E.Belford CC0)

    You do not need the chrome extension to make annotations within LibreTexts, but do if you wish to annotate other pages on the web.

     

    Creating Libretexts Account

    You will use the ADAPT system of LibreText to submit your assignments. You must use your school (@ualr.edu) email to register your LibreTexts account.  You will access the ADAPT system through your LibreText lab manual.  There are two generic types of assignments; autograded and delayed graded.  You will instantly get your results on autograded assignments, but the delayed graded assignment require the Instructor to go over your work and manually grade it.  Each assignment has a due date as outlined in the syllabus. Prelabs will not be accepted late, while for lab reports and quizzes the ADAPT system is set up to deduct 25% for every day late (so no points can be earned after the fourth late day). 

    IMPORTANT: DO NOT Fill Out the Form in Figure \(\PageIndex{1}\) but click CAMPUS REGISTRATION 

    1. Make sure you have an access code from your instructor. Each each lab section will have a different access code. 
    2. Go to https://adapt.libretexts.org.
    3. Click Register in the top right corner (figure \(\PageIndex{4}\)).
    4. Select "Student" from the drop-down menu (figure \(\PageIndex{4}\)).
    5. Click on "Campus Registration" (figure \(\PageIndex{4}\)).  DO NOT Fill Out the Form in figure \(\PageIndex{4}\) but click CAMPUS REGISTRATION
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    Figure \(\PageIndex{4}\): Use the Campus Registration option, do not use the Register with Adapt option. 

     

    Note: Alternative method to steps 2-5

    Go to an existing quiz on your class LibreText and click "Campus Login".  This will take you to step 6, where once you have an account you simply log in with your account. 

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    Figure \(\PageIndex{5}\): Public view of embedded question. (cc 0.0)

     

    1. In the overlay window, select "Google Workspace" (your UALR email is really a Google email account).

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    Figure \(\PageIndex{6}\): Select Google Workspace as the External Identity Provider
    1. Enter your school email (******@ualr.edu) and click "Next" or select your school email (@ualr.edu) from the list if you are already logged into Google
    2. If you are prompted to log in with your UALR Net ID and Password, do so
    3. Select your Time Zone (Central Time) and set registration type to "Student"
    4. Type in your T-number in the Student ID field and Click "Submit"

     

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    Figure \(\PageIndex{7}\): After you input all required information, click "Submit"
    1. After your account is created you will be brought to My Courses page
    2. Click "Enroll in Course"
       
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    Figure \(\PageIndex{8}\): Click "Enroll in Course" and paste the access code you received from your instructor
    1. Paste the Access Code your instructor has provided
    2. Click "Submit"

    LibreText can send an alert to your email when an assignment is due.  This is advised as you will lost points for late assignments.

    1. Next, Click on your name in the top right corner and go to Settings.

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      Figure \(\PageIndex{9}\): Open settings
    2. Go to Notifications and choose the time option for your reminders. Click "Update"
       

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      Figure \(\PageIndex{10}\): Copy and Paste Caption here. (Copyright; author via source)

     

    Accessing Google Classroom

    Use your school (@ualr.edu) email to access Google Classroom. If you open your Google Mail you will see 9 dots by your name which opens the Google Suite.  If you scroll to the bottom you will find Google Classroom, and if you open the Drive you will also find a folder called Classroom where you can find your assignments.  

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    Figure \(\PageIndex{16}\): Access Google Classroom

    You will be given the Classroom code to enroll in this course. To enroll click on the plus sign in the top right corner and select "Join Class".

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    Figure \(\PageIndex{17}\): Join the class

     

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