If you are using Safari to access your Human eSources textbook, you may encounter an error that looks like the one below:
To resolve this error, follow the steps listed below:
Select the Safari drop down menu at the top of your screen and select Preferences or Settings, depending on which version of MacOS you are running.
Within Preferences/Settings, select the Privacy tab. You should see a checkbox in that tab labeled Prevent Cross Site Tracking.
De-select that checkbox and close and reopen the page.
Open the Settings app on your phone or tablet and scroll down to Safari.
Within the Safari settings, you should see a toggle for Prevent Cross Site Tracking. Make sure the toggle is turned off.
Close and reopen your web page or LMS app.
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