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Engage - Reading eTexts on Engage
This document outlines how an instructor or student can access eTexts in Engage.
While mobile apps exist for iOS and Android we strongly recommend you use Engage with Firefox or Chrome in order to access all its features.
How can I open an eText on the Engage platform?
- Login to Canvas at: canvas.wisc.edu
- Select the Canvas course that is using an Engage eText.
- Select the Engage eText link in your course menu:
The link to the Engage eText tool may appear in a different location in your Canvas menu - for example further down the list.
- A new browser tab should open with Engage. If it does not, you may need to click the purple Launch Unizin Engagebutton that displays in Canvas:
We do not recommend that users bookmark the Engage eText directly as it is likely you will experience the issue described in Engage - Known Issue - Engage displays login information when going to a saved bookmark for eText. Instead login to Canvas as described above to access the course and Engage via the Engage eText course menu option.
Engage eText basics (video)
Getting Support for eText Issues
For support questions about Engage, please contact the DoIT Help Desk:
If Help Desk staff are unable to resolve your issue, they will escalate your issue to the appropriate consultants. Instructors can also be given access to a Canvas course which will include additional helpful information.
If you are using publisher Digital Learning Tools (DLTs) like Pearson Mastering Physics and MyLab or Cengage MindTap, support is provided directly from the publisher. More information on where to get DLT support is available in this KB doc.
There are some functions in the Engage eReader that are not accessible to students with disabilities. If you would like further assistance, please contact the DoIT Help Desk or McBurney Disability Resource Center.