WileyPLUS Login Fall 2011The DeAnza accounting department is using a course management system for Accounting 1B and 1C called WileyPLUS for all lectures and assignments. This system is rich in audio and visual presentations and online graded assignments and assessment quizzes. For communications we will use a De Anza supported system called Catalyst that will allow students to participate in forums where questions/comments may be posted.
Students pay a fee for access to the WileyPLUS site. You may register your name, pay the fee, and begin working in WileyPLUS as soon as the appropriate quarter login is available on my faculty web site.
Login and Registration Procedures
To begin working in the WileyPLUS site you will need to login to the appropriate site (1B, or 1C) and register your name. After selecting the class link, follow the instructions below to register your name for the WileyPLUS site. Please use the name you used when you enrolled at De Anza. Keep your login and password in a safe place.
Distance Learning Classes - Fall 2011
Accounting 1B-62Z Login
Accounting 1C-62Z Login
1. If you have not already registered for the WileyPLUS course, select the "register" button.
2. "Accept" the license agreement.
3. Enter your e-mail address.
4. Create a user profile and "Submit" the form.
(Important: Enter your official De Anza registration name.)
5. Select "Continue" to begin working with WileyPLUS.
(You will need to register and pay the fee for WileyPLUS)
After login to the WileyPLUS web site you will see the following tab organization.
In the left column you will see class announcements, documents, and system announcements. Read and print the appropriate documents such as class schedules, etc. Keep an eye on the class announcements for up-to-date information.
Read, Study & Practice
Readings and resources for self-guided study, including the entire text of the Wiley book in use for your class. Read your class schedule to determine which chapters are included in your class. Each chapter includes the following resources:
1. Reading Content - An e-book version of the entire textbook.
2. Tutorials - Audio/visual lecture presentation.
3. Page Activities - Interactive learning activities.
4. Self-Tests - To practice and prepare for graded quiz assignments and final exam.
See all the assignments available for your class. Each assignment consists of multiple exercises and problems that are automatically graded and recorded or competency quizzes that are taken and graded online.
Shows the scores and status for all the assignments you have completed or attempted to date.