HOW TO BUY DEVELOPING CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS FOR EFFECTIVE READING FOR YOUR SCHOOL:
The process for ordering Developing Critical Thinking Skills for Effective Reading is simple.
1. Contact Merit Software
Contact Merit Software and we will assist you in creating your institution’s account and provide you with a customized sales quote.
2. Import your student roster
Merit will work with you to insure that all of your students are properly entered into the Online Learning system. Each student will need to have a unique login and password.
3. Review the Program Guide PDFs
Get familiar with Developing Critical Thinking Skills for Effective Reading and Merit’s online management tools by looking at the guides and step-by-step walkthroughs.
4. Get started
Little training is needed to get up to speed quickly. We are here to help you while you work if you have any questions.
INCLUDED, AT NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE:
- Customer support
- Implementation assistance
- Product updates
- One teacher/tutor login
- Student tracking
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- Multiple teacher logins
- Reusable student accounts
- Flexible group/class start and end dates
MORE ABOUT MERIT ONLINE LEARNING:
- All Merit online programs are distributed within the Merit Online Learning portal.
- Within the portal, instructors assign students access to the programs purchased.
- An account is required for each student.
TOP FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
What kind of computer set-up do I need?
The simple answer is: a web browser and an internet connection. Click here to full system requirements.
Do I need our IT Department to install software on our computers?
No. All of Merit Online Learning programs are web-browser based. Just login through Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc, and you are set. All software updates are done on Merit’s servers so you are always up-to-date.
Are teacher accounts included?
Yes, with a school version, teacher accounts are included with the purchase of accounts for students.
More questions? Click here to view all Merit Online Learning Frequently Asked Questions.