Description: The following passage mainly focuses on ecampus login, which shows you how many the functions E-Campus has. E-campus strives to make your experience as a student as positive and successful as possible. Their website is easy to use and the order process is simple.
You will log in by clicking on the eCampus link on the ubritanica.cl page, as an icbc user you will log in by clicking on the campus icon on the right hand side of the screen, you only need to enter your username, no password is necessary.
To edit your profile, click on your username in the top right-hand corner of the screen, although there is an option to change your password, it is important not to do this, as it would mean that your account will be inaccessible in the future. It is possible to change your personal details and also the theme of your eCampus page.
In the my studies section you will see your courses, select one to enter, you will find the units or syllabus items relevant to your course, click on the plus button to reveal information about the syllabus item, click on the action button to open this item.
You will find all the learning resources for your eCampus course, click the plus button to reveal more information, click the play button to enter the exercise.
To complete a listening activity, you should click listen to open the audio window, it is possible to move and resize this window and to change the volume, click the play button to hear the audio, click the audio script button to see the written transcript of what you’re listening to.
It is also possible to print the audio strips, to record your own voice and compare your pronunciation with speakers in the text, click the record button and press play to hear what you’ve recorded, when completing the exercise, press play and select your answers.
Then click Submit, click the answers button to see the correct answers and also some feedback on any questions that you have answered incorrectly, grammar reference units focus on a particular grammar point, in this particular exercise you choose the correct answer from a drop-down menu, click the read button to receive some information about the grammar point being covered.
The hint button gives further ideas for practicing, you can retire exercise as many times as you like, grammar reference units are not graded by the system, some activities work on different areas of vocabulary, in this activity you select the correct word from a drop-down menu to filling gaps and sentences.
In web projects you are directed to external websites to retrieve information and to answer questions, these often contain multimedia elements such as videos or music, depending on your course you may also be required to write short essays based on what you discover.
Web projects are not graded by the system, pronunciation activities work on recognition of sounds and stress, click the maximize button to increase the size of the window, in this activity you listen to an audio recording and then select the correct diphthong according to what you hear.
In video exercises you’ll answer questions based on information presented in a video, press the play button to watch the video, then complete the activity, some of the exercises on the eCampus platform are two parts, when you’ve completed the first part, click the forward button to continue the second section.
Note that you cannot click Submit until you have completed both parts of the exercise, once you’ve completed the second part, click Submit, click answers to see your results, click forward to see the answers to both parts.
It is possible to bookmark your favorite activities so that you can easily locate them at another time, to bookmark an exercise, click on the pin icon next to the exercise description, you can leave a comment on the exercise or add it to a category of exercises that you can revisit later.
To access your bookmarked exercises, simply click on the bookmark links in the toolbar at the bottom of the page, all your course marks and practice marks can be found in your mark book, note that the mark book is different from your bookmarks.
You can see your progress in your courses, orange indicates no activities completed, yellow indicates some activities completed, green indicates all activities completed, you can click on any of these units to see a full list of all your results.
The scores from your first attempt and your last attempt are recorded, note that not all exercises have a grade, some are for reference and appear only as viewed, to use the dictionary click on the link on the toolbar at the bottom of the screen.
Enter the word you are looking up in the search bar at the top left of the page, click on the audio link to hear the pronunciation, Br is for British English, Am is for American English, click on the image to see a bigger picture, using the search facilities you can search the whole eCampus database for activities relating to a particular language point, skill, topic or activity type.
There are three different search types, the quick search allows you to quickly refine your search based on criteria such as level, age, resource type and topic to see the results in one step, the guided search allows you to make more detailed choices about your search criteria including enabling you to search the dedicated exam, practice activities.
The word and phrase search allows you to search for any activity that contain a particular word or phrase, this could be based on a topic for example sports, or it could be a type of activity such as video activity, note that if you want to search for a whole phrase, you should use quotation marks.
News items are frequently updated, current news and stories are available in three different levels of language difficulty, easy, average and difficult, you can also download the story as a PDF and printer to read at your convenience.
As the answers you give are corrected automatically within the platform, it is important to make sure that you use exactly the right characters typing answers, it is essential to use the apostrophe and knock the accent key when making contractions.
On a standard PC keyboard the apostrophe is found on the same key which is the question mark, unwanted spaces can lead to answers being marked incorrect, it is also important to use capital letters at the beginning of words where necessary.