Ernie has a unique ability to engage individuals and teams and get to the core of their leadership challenges. He also has the skill to shape his approach to the needs of the person or group. Drawing on his experience with a wide range of global clients and a background from the diverse worlds of law, politics and acting, Ernie is able to offer clients insights that stimulate thought and produce creative solutions. He began his professional life in Washington D.
There are three places from which to access assignments. The first is the To Do list Awhich opens as soon as you sign into Connect.
This list contains the most pressing assignments from all of your classes: You can also access assignments from your Calendar A and choose to see them by day, week or month B.
To see assignments due on a particular day, simply click the day. To access all of the assignments within a particular class, click the class name A.
You can also use the Classes menu B and select the class there C. Accessing Assignments in Connect After selecting a class from the global navigation panel you'll land on your Class Home A. Here you can find: LearnSmart can even identify your level of confidence. LearnSmart requires you to identify how well you think you know an answer before allowing you to answer it.
Select one of the four options A to answer the question. Use the progress bar B to track your status at any time while taking the assignment. Note that you can provide feedback about question or assignment content by clicking the comment icon C. Click the Assignment tab A to see a list of all of your LearnSmart assignments.
To return to Connect, click Leave Assignment B. Click My Reports A to learn more about your performance and learning status.
You can view sections you struggled with most, find more challenging sections and review the accuracy of your self-assessment, among other things. The Recharge attempts are for study purposes only and will not be graded.
Then click Begin B. On the Connect welcome page, click Register A. Enter your email address A and click Submit B.
Choose one of three ways to register for your class: Courtesy access is particularly useful for students who are awaiting financial aid and for those who may drop the class. Review the class for which you are registering. Then click Continue A. Then click Complete My Registration B. You'll receive a confirmation that you've registered for Connect created a Connect account.
This also indicates that your Canvas account and Connect account are linked together. From here you can go to Connect A or return to Canvas B. If you choose to go to Connect, you'll see your Section Home page, which contains your list of assignments. Return to Canvas at any time by clicking the Return to Registering for Connect from Canvas For information about your scores, reports and overall performance in specific classes, click the Results menu A and then the class B.
You'll see the list of assignments for the class and, alongside each assignment, your percentage score and how many points you scored out of the total. Once you've logged into Canvas, select Assignments A from the menu.
Then select the assignment you want to take B. Click Launch A to open your assignment. Review the available assignment information and click Start assignment A. If you aren't ready to take the assignment, you can return to Canvas by clicking Return to Begin taking the assignment.
You can move to the next question by click the arrow near the question dropdown menu A. When you've completed the assignment, click Submit C.
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