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Create/Register your account with Connect

Students registered in courses participating in the Inclusive Access Textbook and course materials using McGraw-Hill Connect will need to register and pair their SU account with a McGraw-Hill Connect account. This handout will guide students through the steps to register and pair their account.

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  1. Log into MyClasses (as a student).

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  1. Under Courses, locate and access your course in MyClasses.

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  1. On MyClasses course home page, locate and click on the McGraw-Hill Connect link from the course navigation menu.

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  1. Click on Begin.

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  1. For new Connect user, click on Register.

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    1. *Existing Connect user, enter your Connect email address (username) and password; click Sign In.

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  1. Enter email address; then click BEGIN.

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    Note: in some course, the images in the steps below might look different; however the information you need to enter is the same

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  1. Enter all required information; check the box to agree to the terms of McGraw-Hill Education, then click CONTINUE.

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  1. Click CONFIRM.

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  1. Click GO TO CONNECT

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Now you will be able to begin accessing Connect assignment links via your MyClasses course (typically located in Modules or Assignments in MyClasses).

Step-by-step guide

 

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