Using Your Webtext

Navigating, answering questions, reseting, and other basic features.

13 articles in this collection
Written by Giovanna

How do I cite the webtext?

Guidelines for citing information from the webtext in a research paper or essay
Written by Giovanna
Updated over a week ago

Can the webtext read out loud to me?

How to listen to your webtext instead of reading it
Written by Giovanna
Updated over a week ago

How do I use the templates to write my paper?

Instructions on using the templates and the #cite feature
Written by Giovanna
Updated over a week ago

Can I try again if I get it wrong?

Options for—and limitations on—resetting questions to correct wrong answers
Written by Giovanna
Updated over a week ago

Is there a print version of this book?

How to obtain a hard copy of your webtext
Written by Giovanna
Updated over a week ago

How do I bookmark a page?

How to pick up where you left off
Written by Giovanna
Updated over a week ago

How do I highlight and take notes?

Instructions for using the webtext's built-in annotation tools
Written by Giovanna
Updated over a week ago

Can I search for something in the webtext?

How to use our search tool in the webtext
Written by Giovanna
Updated over a week ago

Where are the page numbers?

How to find out what page you're on within the webtext
Written by Giovanna
Updated over a week ago

Can I do my work if I'm not online?

What to do when you're not connected to the Internet
Written by Giovanna
Updated over a week ago

What are your support hours?

When and how to get in touch with us
Written by Giovanna
Updated over a week ago

How do I copy and paste?

How to get text from inside the webtext and put it somewhere else
Written by Giovanna
Updated over a week ago

How do I take a screenshot?

Tips and techniques for snapping a picture of your screen
Written by Giovanna
Updated over a week ago