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McGraw Hill Ryerson Higher Education 
Connect Instructor Guide
Page 1 
Instructor User Guide 
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McGraw Hill Ryerson Higher Education 
Connect Instructor Guide
Page 2 
Table of Contents 
Technical Support ........................................................................................................................ 3 
Getting Started ............................................................................................................................. 4 
Register/Login ............................................................................................................................................ 4 
New User Registration ............................................................................................................................... 5 
Accessing Your Course(s) ......................................................................................................................... 6 
Requesting a New Connect Course ........................................................................................................... 6 
Course Homepage ....................................................................................................................... 9 
Menu Bar ................................................................................................................................................... 10 
Home ......................................................................................................................................................... 10 
eBook......................................................................................................................................................... 10 
Assignments .............................................................................................................................................. 11 
Create a New Assignment: .................................................................................................................. 11 
1.      Name assignment .................................................................................................................... 11 
2.      Add questions .......................................................................................................................... 12 
3.      Set policies .............................................................................................................................. 15 
4.      Assign ...................................................................................................................................... 18 
Creating Your Own Custom Questions .............................................................................................. 19 
Editing Existing or Copied Assignments: ........................................................................................... 20 
Copying Assignments .......................................................................................................................... 20 
Publishing Your Course for Student Registration ..................................................................... 21 
Teaching Plan ............................................................................................................................ 22 
Instructor Resources .................................................................................................................. 23 
Supplements .............................................................................................................................................. 23 
Gradebook ................................................................................................................................................. 25 
Uploading a File ......................................................................................................................... 27 
Tool Bar ...................................................................................................................................... 32 
1. Search .................................................................................................................................................... 32 
2. Bookmark .............................................................................................................................................. 33 
3. Sticky note ............................................................................................................................................ 33 
4. Highlighter ............................................................................................................................................ 34 
5. Media Asset .......................................................................................................................................... 35 
6. Set Options ............................................................................................................................................ 36 
7. Docking/undocking tool ....................................................................................................................... 37 
Profile ......................................................................................................................................... 38 
Switch Role to… / Turn Editing On
........................................................................................... 39 
Help Tool .................................................................................................................................... 40 
Logout ........................................................................................................................................ 40 
Technical Support ...................................................................................................................... 41 
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McGraw Hill Ryerson Higher Education 
Connect Instructor Guide
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T
ECHNICAL 
S
UPPORT
You may encounter questions or problems not covered in these Help pages. Internet and Web 
technology change rapidly, and as we introduce new technologies to our sites, we will do our best to 
incorporate helpful instructions within custom components, as well as within these Help pages. 
However, if you can't find an answer to your problems within these pages, please contact our 
technical support staff at the following website: www.mcgrawhill.ca/support  
Please note: To help us address your query quickly, please carefully describe your problem, the 
browser (including version number) and operating system you are using. 
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McGraw Hill Ryerson Higher Education 
Connect Instructor Guide
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G
ETTING 
S
TARTED
R
EGISTER
/L
OGIN
All of your Connect courses are accessed with the same login and password.  
To get started in Connect follow these directions: 
1.  Go to http://connect.mcgrawhill.ca   
This will take you to the Connect Registration/Login Page.  
2. 
If you are a…
Registered user:  
Sign in using your registered email address and password. 
New user:  
Click on the Instructor tab located below Register 
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McGraw Hill Ryerson Higher Education 
Connect Instructor Guide
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N
EW 
U
SER 
R
EGISTRATION
After clicking on the Instructor button, enter your email address. Then, click Register.  
The next step will be to setup an instructor account.  
You must provide instructor information, course information and login information.  
When you have completed the required information, click Request Connect Account. 
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McGraw Hill Ryerson Higher Education 
Connect Instructor Guide
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A
CCESSING 
Y
OUR 
C
OURSE
(
S
)
Once you have successfully created an instructor account, you will need to wait for your McGraw-Hill 
representative to approve it. You will receive an email when this is complete. You can then login at 
http://connect.mcgrawhill.ca  as a registered user.  
After you have logged into the Connect website, you will be taken to the My Courses Homepage.  
This is the location where all of your courses can be found. Each course will be hyperlinked under the 
My Courses heading; click on a link to access the desired course.  
R
EQUESTING A 
N
EW 
C
ONNECT 
C
OURSE
If you have multiple sections, or simply wish to add another book to your Connect account, you will 
need to request another Connect course. You need a new course created for each individual section. 
When you log into Connect you will notice a button at the top that says “Request a New Connect 
Course”.
McGraw Hill Ryerson Higher Education 
Connect Instructor Guide
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You will then be prompted with two drop down boxes where you will need to select your institution and 
the book you wish to add to your Connect account. 
Once you have made your selection, click “Create new course” to have an email sent to your 
McGraw-Hill representative for approval. Once your course request has been approved, you will 
receive an email notification that your course has been approved. 
When your course is approved, you can log into your Connect account and displayed will be a 
pending course. You will need to create the course in order to access it by clicking on “Create Course 
Now”.
McGraw Hill Ryerson Higher Education 
Connect Instructor Guide
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You will need to fill out the course details such as: 
Session (e.g. Fall 2010) 
Section 
Course Code (CRS101) 
Course Name (How you would like this course to appear to your students) 
Course Start Date 
Course Description (optional 
additional details for you or your students to use) 
Once you have filled out the course details, simply click “Create Course” to have your course placed 
in the queue for creation. This process can take up to five minutes to complete. Once your course is 
completed, you will be notified and your course will now be 
displayed under the “My Courses” heading 
in Connect. 
McGraw Hill Ryerson Higher Education 
Connect Instructor Guide
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C
OURSE 
H
OMEPAGE
Each Connect course has its own homepage (shown below). The homepage is divided into several 
sections; they are described subsequently. 
McGraw Hill Ryerson Higher Education 
Connect Instructor Guide
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M
ENU 
B
AR
The menu bar is found at the top left hand corner of 
the webpage and has been created to facilitate 
navigation. It has five main categories: 
H
OME
Home 
returns you to your course‟s homepage
E
B
OOK
eBook open your 
course‟s online book where you 
have the ability to search by chapter and relevant 
subsections; 
access to the book‟s table of contents, index and glossary is also available through this 
link.  
You can view the eBook in two different formats: (1) Interactive View and (2) Print View.   Interactive 
View allows you to interact with the eBook, creating bookmarks, sticky notes, highlighting and more.  
Print view is an onscreen representation of the printed text, and cannot be used with the Connect 
tools. 
The eBook is used in conjunction with the tool bar so that you can create a personalized teaching plan 
(see Tool Bar for more information). 
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