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How do I find the site I’m looking for?
You can find the site you’re looking for by browsing within the appropriate category (English, Writing & Composition, or Philosophy) or by using the search feature.
How do I log in to the site I’m looking for?
Unrestricted sites do not require any sort of login and can be accessed immediately. When a site is unrestricted, it will appear on this platform with an “Access” button.
Password Protected Sites
Password protected sites require you to enter a valid access code before viewing a site’s content. If you purchased a new copy of a Broadview book that includes an accompanying website, you will have received a card containing a valid access code. If you purchased a used copy of a Broadview book, you can purchase an access code on the Broadview website. When a site is password protected, it will appear on this platform with an “Enter Code” button.
Sites Requiring Registration
Several Broadview companion websites require you to register by purchasing access. If you obtained a coupon code (for free or discounted access) with a new Broadview book, please enter that code when prompted during the purchase process. Once you have purchased access to a site, you can login in perpetuity using the same registration credentials you used to make the original purchase. These sites allow you to track your progress through interactive quizzes and save your work between sessions. When a site requires registration, it will appear on this platform with a “Sign In” button.
I want to use a Broadview companion website associated with a book used in class; how will that site be listed on the Broadview Learning Platform?
Most Broadview companion websites associated with a specific book will share a name with that book. In the case of books with a shared companion website (for example, Critical Thinking Online), the title of the book will be listed in the description of that site. If in doubt, search the title of the book you are using.
The site I’m looking for is not associated with a particular Broadview book.
Several Broadview titles (for example, How Poems Work) are independent learning resources that can, but don’t necessarily have to be, associated with a specific Broadview title. If this is the case, you can find the site you’re looking for by browsing within the appropriate category (English, Writing & Composition, or Philosophy) or by using the search feature.
The site I want to access is available for viewing even though I haven’t logged in.
You’re in luck! Not all Broadview websites require registration.
I want to access a Broadview companion website but did not receive an access code or coupon code with purchase.
If you purchased a new copy of a book that did not include an access code or coupon code it is likely that the site you are trying to access does not require registration. If so, you can access this site immediately. If you purchased a used book, please see the question below.
I bought a used book and it didn’t include an access code or a coupon code for the site I need to access.
If you purchased a used copy of a Broadview book you will need to purchase access on the main Broadview website.
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