All Access is the Bookstore's inclusive access program, which converts previously physical course materials into digital content. This material is ready and waiting for you on the first day of class and is free until the add/drop day (for the fall and spring semesters, that's two weeks free).

The cost of All Access materials has been negotiated to offer you the best price available. The All Access Program also eliminates the stress of finding the exact course materials for your class and the strain of carrying bulky, physical textbooks, all while saving you money. It’s all of the text without the book.

All Access Information

PsycLearn has been setup in this course as part of All Access. Simply register with your @auburn.edu email and you will have full access. Your instructor will let you know how to register in class.

Codes for EHR Go access are emailed from noreply@auburn.edu the day before classes begin. If you register after the first day of class, codes are sent the following day. Please search "noreply" in your Auburn email to find this code.


To redeem this code:

If you already have an EHR Go account, please skip to step 4 (do not create another account).
  1. If you’re a new user, please go to www.ehrgo.com and select Subscribe in the upper, right-hand corner.
  2. Enter the Student Program Key code that you received from your instructor then Validate Program Key.
  3. Complete your account information then select Create Account.
  4. Login at www.ehrgo.com and enter your username and password.
  5. If it’s your first time logging-in, review and accept the End User Agreement. After accepting the Agreement, you will be redirected to your profile. (If you’re not redirected, select your name in the upper, right corner).
  6. Select Apply a Subscription
  7. Enter the activation code you purchased then select Apply. You may now navigate EHR Go.

Codes for Caduceus are emailed from noreply@auburn.edu the day before classes begin. If you register after the first day of class, codes are sent the following day. Please search "noreply" in your Auburn email to find this code.

To redeem this code:

  • Please navigate to here to register. You will select the key code option for payment.
  • Please make sure you select the correct course that lists your assigned professor and section code.
  • Going forward, please navigate to https://auburn.cipcourses.com/login to complete the course.

Please note that Internet Explorer is not a supported browser. We recommend using either Firefox or Chrome. Should you have any issues registering, please send an email to support@cipcourses.com.

Thank you for your time and good luck with the course!

 

Look on the left-hand side navigation of the course page in Canvas and you’ll find the content under the Cengage(CengageNOW, MindTAP, WebAssign) link. The content may also be linked off of assignments. You’ll have to create an account at Cengage with your @auburn.edu email to get access.



Tip: If you have other courses using Cengage content, you can purchase Cengage Unlimited online or at the Bookstore and pay only $125 for access to all Cengage content for one semester.

Cengage support is available here.

Your instructor will let you know in class how to register to take the MOS exam.

Your instructor will let you know how to join Eli Review in class. A course code is required to join.

Codes for ExpertTA access are emailed from noreply@auburn.edu the day before classes begin. If you register after the first day of class, codes are sent the following day. Please search noreply in your Auburn email to find this code.


To redeem this code, follow these instructions:
  1. If you have not already, enter your course Registration URL provided by your instructor.

    The registration URL should look something like this: http://goeta.link/DeI56MO-AB1234-567

    When prompted for payment, select your class by clicking the box next to your class name and then click on the "Access Code" button near the bottom of the page.

  2. Next, enter your access code into the boxes provided. You must either type your code or paste it in sections because the page will not allow you to paste the entire code at once. When you’re finished entering your code, click the Submit button.
Note: Some characters are easily mistaken, such as the letter O and the number 0 or the letter I, letter L, and the number 1. So, if you receive a message that your code is incorrect, retry entering it again with this in mind.

Need help? Visit for a more detailed instruction or contact support@theexpertta.com.

Codes for FlatWorld access are emailed from noreply@auburn.edu the day before classes begin. If you register after the first day of class, codes are sent the following day. Please search noreply in your Auburn email to find this code.


How to redeem your FlatWorld code:
  • Go to flatworld.com/redeem to redeem this code.
  • Find your class by professor, school, or course name (use the dropdown box to change between these classifications.)
  • Register or login with FlatWorld (use your Auburn email to set up an account.)
  • Enter your code and you're done.
  • If you have any issues, reach out to FlatWorld through chat, email: support@flatworld.com, or call: 877-257-9243

The modules in this course have been setup as the content being billed as All Access.

Your instructor will let you know the section code you will need in order to join at Lingro Learning.

Customer support is available online here.

Look on the left-hand side navigation of the course page in Canvas and you’ll find the content under the McGraw-Hill(Connect, ALEKS360) link. The link may also be embedded in an assignment or reading. You’ll have to create an account at McGraw-Hill with your @auburn.edu email to get access.

Here is a link showing you how to register for Connect.

The box of supplies for KINE 3050 can be picked up at the textbook customer service window in the Bookstore.

Codes for MentalHealthFirstAid are emailed from noreply@auburn.edu the day before classes begin. If you register after the first day of class, codes are sent the following day. Please search noreply in your Auburn email to find this code.


To redeem this code:

  • Your course instructors will send an invitation to your email to invite you to the course.
  • Be sure to COMPLETE check-out or your voucher/code will not be applied as payment.
  • To use your voucher on storefront purchases, enter the full code at the storefront checkout, select "Apply."

Look on the left-hand side navigation of the course page in Canvas and you’ll find the content under the Macmillan/Achieve/LaunchPad link. The link may also be embedded in an assignment or reading. You’ll have to create an account with your @auburn.edu email at Macmillan to get access.

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Look on the left-hand side navigation of the course page in Canvas and you’ll find the content under the Norton/Inquizitive link. The link may also be embedded in an assignment or reading. You’ll have to create an account with your @auburn.edu email at Norton to get access.

Norton customer service is always an option online here.

Your instructor will show you how to join the community in class. Please only use your @auburn.edu email when you join so your content will sync correctly.

Packback help can be found online here.

Codes for Perusall access are emailed from noreply@auburn.edu the day before classes begin. If you register after the first day of class, codes are sent the following day. Please search noreply in your Auburn email to find this code.

To redeem the access code from noreply@auburn.edu, please follow these instructions.

The modules in this course have been setup as the content being billed as All Access.

Look on the left-hand side of the course page in Canvas and you’ll find the content under the RedShelf link. If you have any trouble, please visit.

RedShelf customer service is always an option here.

First, you’ll retrieve your Pearson access code by using the RedShelf link on your Canvas course page. Once you have that code, copy and paste it into the Pearson link on Canvas, and you’re all set.

RedShelf customer service is always an option here.

First, you’ll need the join code or course URL for the course from your instructor. The instructor will share this join code or direct course URL by email or through an announcement on Canvas.

Next you’ll go to TopHat.com and Signup or Login (IMPORTANT: Only use your @auburn.edu email and NOT @tigermail.auburn.edu to sign up. This will ensure that your content syncs correctly, including your grades!)

If you signed up incorrectly, reach out to the TopHat support team to change the email on your account.

http://success.tophat.com can help with most issues, and reaching out to the TopHat support team will directly expedite the process for any questions you might have!

Codes for VentureBlocks are emailed from noreply@auburn.edu the day before classes begin. If you register after the first day of class, codes are sent the following day. Please search noreply in your Auburn email to find this code.

In Canvas, go to your course module. The first time you access your eBook you may need to click on an eBook link or click directly into your individual course lessons.

Make sure you have your pop ups enabled in your web browser.

Click on your course reading/eBook link and you’ll be taken to your book.

The first time you access your VitalSource eBook, you’ll need to accept a license agreement.

After you get taken into your book, you will see a popup asking you to sign in with your@auburn.edu email address. This will allow you to create a Bookshelf account, but this is optional. If you do not want to create an account, go to the bottom of the popup and click “No thanks, I’ll skip this step.” This will take you to license agreement. Once you accept agreement, you will be taken to the book.

NOTE: If you already have a Bookshelf account, enter the email address you use for your Bookshelf account. After you hit “Continue,” Bookshelf will ask you to enter the password for your account.

If you would like to create a full Bookshelf account (highly recommended), you will enter the email you want to use for your Bookshelf account. This will also serve as your login. Creating a Bookshelf account will allow you to download your books to different devices, so you may read them offline. It will also allow you to share notes and highlights with other Bookshelf users.

After you click “Continue,” fill out the required information to finish creating your account.

When you click “Finish,” you will be asked to accept the license agreement, and then you will be taken to your book.

Start reading!

VitalSource customer service is always an option here.

Codes for CloudLab are emailed from noreply@auburn.edu the day before classes begin. If you register after the first day of class, codes are sent the following day. Your instructor will tell you in class how to redeem/get access. Please search noreply in your Auburn email to find this code.

Look for any WileyPlus link on the course page in Canvas. Click into that link, set up or login to your Wiley account with your @auburn.edu email, and you have full access for the course.

Wiley customer service is available here.

When you log into Canvas, you will navigate to the modules inside of the course. Inside the modules page, your instructor has placed several links that will navigate you to the material, including assignments. You will also see a link titled ”eBook.” When you click this link, it will take you directly to the ebook.

WilloLabs customer service is always available at support@willolabs.com

For an interactive guide to how your material works on WilloLabs, please visit.

Your instructor will show you how to gain access to zyBooks in class. No codes are needed.

Codes for VentureBlocks are emailed from noreply@auburn.edu the day before classes begin. If you register after the first day of class, codes are sent the following day. Please search noreply in your Auburn email to find this code.

In Canvas, go to your course module. The first time you access your eBook you may need to click on an eBook link or click directly into your individual course lessons.

Make sure you have your pop ups enabled in your web browser.

Click on your course reading/eBook link and you’ll be taken to your book.

The first time you access your VitalSource eBook, you’ll need to accept a license agreement.

After you get taken into your book, you will see a popup asking you to sign in with your@auburn.edu email address. This will allow you to create a Bookshelf account, but this is optional. If you do not want to create an account, go to the bottom of the popup and click “No thanks, I’ll skip this step.” This will take you to license agreement. Once you accept agreement, you will be taken to the book.

NOTE: If you already have a Bookshelf account, enter the email address you use for your Bookshelf account. After you hit “Continue,” Bookshelf will ask you to enter the password for your account.

If you would like to create a full Bookshelf account (highly recommended), you will enter the email you want to use for your Bookshelf account. This will also serve as your login. Creating a Bookshelf account will allow you to download your books to different devices, so you may read them offline. It will also allow you to share notes and highlights with other Bookshelf users.

After you click “Continue,” fill out the required information to finish creating your account.

When you click “Finish,” you will be asked to accept the license agreement, and then you will be taken to your book.

Start reading!

VitalSource customer service is always an option here.

Codes for CloudLab are emailed from noreply@auburn.edu the day before classes begin. If you register after the first day of class, codes are sent the following day. Your instructor will tell you in class how to redeem/get access. Please search noreply in your Auburn email to find this code.

Look for any WileyPlus link on the course page in Canvas. Click into that link, set up or login to your Wiley account with your @auburn.edu email, and you have full access for the course.

Wiley customer service is available here.

When you log into Canvas, you will navigate to the modules inside of the course. Inside the modules page, your instructor has placed several links that will navigate you to the material, including assignments. You will also see a link titled ”eBook.” When you click this link, it will take you directly to the ebook.

WilloLabs customer service is always available at support@willolabs.com

For an interactive guide to how your material works on WilloLabs, please visit.

Your instructor will show you how to gain access to zyBooks in class. No codes are needed.

FAQ

Charges will appear on your e-bill during the first billing cycle of the semester. This charge will show up on your bursar bill as a Bookstore charge with the course information and our phone number, in case you have any questions.

Don't feel like All Access is right for you? You can opt out before the add/drop deadline and the charge will be removed.

Opt-out instructions can be found here.

If you choose to opt out, make sure you will not need access to any of the materials or courseware for homework assignments, lab work, quizzes, and exams.

Most All Access classes will have digital course materials. However, your professor may have arranged with a publisher to have a low-cost print version of the book available for additional purchase at the AU Bookstore.

These are available for purchase at the textbook customer service window with the presentation of a valid Auburn ID after the drop/add deadline. The student must remain enrolled in the All Access program to purchase a low-cost physical copy of the course material.