The following is a step-by-step guide to accessing your course materials once you have purchased them.
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Once you have purchased your course materials, go to your account by clicking on the “My Account” tab on the far right of the main menu.
From your account page, you will be able to see a list of courses you are enrolled in under the title, “My Courses.”
There is also a pull-down menu under the “My Account” tab that takes you to a list of all courses you are enrolled in. This is labeled “My Courses.” You may also access your profile under this tab in the “My Profile” pulldown menu.
NOTE: You must be logged in to be able to access your course materials. If you are not logged in, you won’t be able to see your courses.
Find the icon that corresponds to the course you wish to access, then click on it. Your course will open. Courses have different formats based on course content, but all course lessons will be listed on the right sidebar as illustrated below.
There will also be a course description for each course and instructions on how to take the course.
Click on a lesson in the right sidebar to begin your course. If you stop and return to your course later, you may use the sidebar to navigate through your course. You may mark your progress by checking each lesson as “completed” as you finish the lesson.
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