Click on the New Users at the top of the homepage. Use the following class ID and an enrollment password. class ID: 15328480 enrollment password: human1718
Your class will show up on your homepage. Click on the name of your class to open your class portfolio
Your class portfolio shows the assignments and your submissions to the class
To submit a paper, click the submit button next to the paper’s assignment
The paper submission page will open. Enter a title for your paper. To select a paper for submission, click the browse button and locate the paper on your computer.
After entering a title for your paper and selecting a file, click submit to upload your paper.
If your paper is in a format that the program does not accept, you can submit it by cut and paste.
You will see the Originality Report which provides a summary of matching or similar areas of text found in a submitted paper. Originality Reports are typically completed within 10 to 15 minutes of submissions.
This report shows areas that you MUST change if the program indicates that they are from another source and undocumented. This is plagiarism. Your final paper MUST reflect the changes that you made from this original report.
SpringBoard Textbook for World Literature Go to https://cobbga.springboardonline.org For your first time, click on New to SpringBoard? Follow user directions. Use class code YAELTY
Every student who took the PSAT/NMSQT has access to a free, personalized SAT practice plan based on their PSAT/NMSQT results. All they need to do is to create and connect their Khan Academy and College Board accounts. Need help getting started? Watch this short video for step by step instructions on linking your College Board and Khan Academy accounts (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIkCoQoZ21U). Then head to Official SAT Practice to get ready for the test.
EdX.Org: EdX was founded by Harvard University and MIT in 2012. It is an online learning destination and MOOC provider, offering high-quality courses from the world’s best universities and institutions to learners everywhere. EdX provides free online courses (live, archived, and self-paced options) Students and teachers can utilize these resources to prepare, review, and supplement a course. These courses are NOT for accepted for credit.
Khan Academy: Khan Academy offers a variety of instructional videos and practice exercises to help personalize learning for everyone. Subjects include:
Georgia Virtual School Resources GVS provides shared resources for many courses. You may navigate through the Georgia Virtual Learning Courses by selecting a Subject Area and then Course from the menus on the right.
Crash Course Crash Courses are free educational videos used by teachers and learners of all kinds. They are short videos that highlight various topics and subjects. Videos are used by students, teachers, college students and the general public. Videos are available in: