Accessing your online textbook after your course ends

Accessing your online textbook after your course ends

If you are not using Canvas or Blackboard to access your online textbook, you'll continue to login the same way even after the course ends. You don't need to request continued access.
If you would like continued access to your online textbook outside of Canvas or Blackboard after your course ends, we'd be happy to help! Follow the instructions below for continued access. Please confirm that your course has ended and final grades submitted before making the request.
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Email us the following at customercare@humanesources.com:
  1. Your full name
  2. The name of the institution (college, university) you attend.
  3. You are requesting access outside of Canvas/Blackboard.


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