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Getting started with Courseload eTexts

If you're an instructor who has not yet requested to use eTexts in a class you're teaching, see eTexts at IU and At IU, how do I search for and order eTexts?

If you're enrolled in a class that is using Courseload eTexts, or the Courseload eTexts tool has already been enabled in the class you're teaching:

  1. Initiate your first session by logging into Oncourse and navigating to the relevant course.

  2. In the menubar, click Courseload eTexts.

    Note: Courseload should log you in automatically; if it does not, you can change your browser's cookie settings to accept third-party cookies. This should allow you to access Courseload without a separate login for subsequent sessions. See How do I view and control cookies in my Internet browser?

  3. Courseload will open in a new window with your relevant information (i.e., course name, location, instructor) and drop-down menus containing books, supporting materials, and course roster information. Click the Digital Course Materials menu to access the materials for your course.

You can also access Courseload materials from My Workspace for any class you've been in that has used Courseload. To do so:

  1. In the My Workspace menubar, click Courseload eText Archive.

  2. In the upper left, click All Archived Semesters and Courses.

  3. Click the same link again, and select a semester. You can then select texts from that semester.

For help with Courseload, contact the Support Center.

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