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Go to the EdNet course page

On the EdNet home page, click the link to Online Courses at the top. Click on the course name to see a more detailed description.

Download a list of EdNet courses

You can look at or print the EdNet Course Catalog. It includes course descriptions as well as the approximate length of each course.

Sign up for my firstfree EdNet course

  1. Go to the course listing page.
  2. Click on a course title to view the course description.
  3. Click the link to Register to this Course.
  4. A page will appear confirming the course you wish to access. Click on the Confirm button to enroll in the course. (Remember that all EdNet courses are free.)
  5. Click on the "Register Now" link (beneath the blue login box) and complete the form as indicated. You will create your own unique username and password as part of the registration process. A Registration Statement will appear. Print it out for your records.
  6. Click on the Begin button at the bottom of the page.
  7. Click on the title of the course.
  8. Click on the Begin button.

Find out why I have to register and fill out a profile in order to take a course

The EdNet courses are on a learning management platform called IntraLearn. When you register, IntraLearn sets up a record for you. You can log in any time to see what courses you have signed up for and which ones you have completed. You donít have to keep those records yourself.

Change the information on my profile

You can change anything on your profile by logging in and clicking on the link to My Profile in the left navigation bar. Once youíve made the change, click the Modify button at the bottom. Be sure that your email address is current because thatís how EdNet will contact you if we need to get information to you.

Open the final review/exam for my course

When you have finished all lessons in the course and done all the activities, you can open the final review by clicking on the Review icon at the top of the page in the last lesson. If you have trouble opening the review, it usually means you need to use a different browser. If you are working on a PC, Internet Explorer is fine. If you are working on a Mac/Apple, you should use the Firefox browser. There is no charge to downloadFirefox. Make sure you use Firefox when you go back to the EdNet web site. The course review should open with no problem. [The final course reviews do not work with the Chrome or Safari browsers.]

See the correct answers for the final course review

After you have taken and submitted your review, you can do the following:

  1. Go to the EdNet home page. Click on the link to Online Courses at the top of the page.
  2. Click on Log In Here in the second paragraph.
  3. Enter your user name and password.
  4. Click on the link to My Gradebook in the left column.
  5. Click the course title.
  6. Youíll see the score for your most recent attempt.
  7. Click on the link to View history in the upper right corner.
  8. The resulting page will list each attempt youíve made on the exam. If you click the number of the attempt (highest number being the most recent) youíll see your responses, the correct answers and the feedback for each question.

Take the final course review again if I didnít pass or want to improve my score

  1. Go to the last page of the course.
  2. Then click the Review icon at the top of the page.
  3. Click the Continue button.
  4. When you have answered all the questions, click the Submit button.

Print a certificate after I pass the final course review

  1. Click on the link to My Gradebook in the left column.
  2. Click the course title.
  3. Click on the link to Print Certificate.

Sign up for additional free courses

  1. Go to the course listing page. Click on a course title to view the course description.
  2. Click the link to Register to this Course.
  3. A page will appear confirming the course you wish to access. Click on the Confirm button to enroll in the course.
  4. Type in your username and password and click the Log On button.
  5. A Registration Statement will appear. Print it out for your records.
  6. Click on the Begin button at the bottom of the page.
  7. Click on the title of the course.
  8. Click on the Begin button.

Find out why I canít open information windows in my course

There are several places where you can click to open a separate window for more information. When you open a window, you must close it by clicking on the X or on the Close Windowbutton at the bottom. If you donít close it, it will automatically go behind the screens you have open and prevent any other windows from opening. When this happens, minimize all screens until you find the hidden window behind them. Then close it and go back to the course.

Make sure EdNet can contact me

Make sure that the email address in your Profile is current. Then check the length of your email address. The maximum length of an email address on EdNet is 30 characters, including punctuation. If your regular address is longer than this, consider signing up for a free email account (example: a Google Gmail account) and use that for your EdNet contact address. We may use your email address to let you know about changes in EdNet or new resources.

Find out why EdNet wonít accept my email address when I try to register

EdNet uses your email address as your primary student ID, so every person must have his/her own address. If another person (perhaps someone else in your office or family) has already registered for EdNet with that address, you wonít be able to register. Consider signing up for a free email account (example: a Google Gmail account) and use that for your EdNet contact address.

Get help, report a problem, or make a suggestion

Click on the link to Contact Us. Youíll find it at the bottom of every EdNet page. Fill out the form and click on the Submit Messagebutton.Weíre always glad to hear from our users. If you have a question about a specific course, please give the course name and, if appropriate, the place in the course you have a question about.

 



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