Student access

An important feature of this site is the ability to give students access to both the online textbook and most of the materials, including activities, writing samples and revision materials.

You can choose to make material available as you like - and even customize which parts of the textbook are available to students at any point in your course.

To give them access is pretty simple. Just follow the steps below.

Giving students access to the Inthinking site

1. Go to the homepage. You will see a button right under the masthead bar that has the name of your subscription. Click on that button.

2. You should now see user settings. Click on "Student access."

3. Then click on "Groups."  You will be taken to a page where you will be asked to create a group.  Give it an appropriate name and description and then press next.

4. You will then be asked to select which pages you would like your students to see.  You may, for example, want to make all pages of the textbook visible to them.  You can always come back and add more pages.  Once you have selected some pages, press "next."

5.  You should now have a web link to give your students.  They will use this link to set up their account and join your class.

What if I have already created a group but forgot the link?

If you have forgotten the link, go back and open the group.  When you do this, you will see a list of students in your class.  Click on Manage Students and then on "invite students."  You will see the link again.

What if I want to add more content for students?

Go back to the group and click on "Add/Edit Content."  Then select more pages and choose "save."

All materials on this website are for the exclusive use of teachers and students at subscribing schools for the period of their subscription. Any unauthorised copying or posting of materials on other websites is an infringement of our copyright and could result in your account being blocked and legal action being taken against you.

Comments 2

Brian Moore 20 September 2018 - 19:30

Is there a way to see students' scores on quizzes in addition to the time spent on the assignment?

John Crane 21 September 2018 - 05:23

Not at the current time, Brian. By the end of the year, I will take all of the quizzes and the questions will go into a question bank. You will then be able to set your own quizzes and then you will be able to the scores of the quizzes. Currently, they are only designed for self-assessment.