ARCHIVED: About Courseload Engage

Overview

Courseload Engage is an online learning and collaboration tool that provides textbooks and other resources in digital form. Courseload Engage allows students to highlight, annotate, bookmark, and search, and also to consolidate and share study notes.

At Indiana University, Courseload Engage is available as part of IU's eTexts initiative; see IU eTexts. Students and instructors in participating classes can access Courseload Engage through the Courseload eTexts tool in Oncourse, or in Canvas, if instructors choose; see In Canvas, how do I add Courseload Engage to my course?

Note: Courseload eTexts will appear in the menubar in all Oncourse course sites for which the instructor has ordered eTexts; see ARCHIVED: At IU, how do I search for and order eTexts? If you are or have ever been a member of a course site using Courseload eTexts, you can also access your materials from the Courseload eText Archive link in My Workspace. (If you have not, you won't be able to access anything from this link.) Instructors of courses using eTexts can add the tool in Site Setup if it has been accidentally removed, but those who have not signed up for eTexts cannot use it.

Documentation and support

For instructions and training videos, see Courseload Engage.

In addition, see:

For help with Courseload Engage, contact the Support Center.

Instructors can get help using technology in their teaching at the teaching and learning centers on each campus; see How do I contact the teaching and learning centers at each IU campus?

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