Using Inclusive Access? You’ll need to add Redshelf to your course to give students access to their textbook and the option to opt-out (legal requirement). Use these quick reference tools to add the Redshelf LTI Tool to your D2L course shell. If you are using Cengage Unlimited you will not need to complete this step until 2021FA.
When searching for registration options or class schedules, students can use the Self Service page. This page allows the student to manage course set up, create a calendar schedule for classes that they want to register for, and essentially ensure their registration is official. It is an easy way to manage the student schedule, as well as, take a look at class synopsis’ and other information provided about course content, time, and date availability. Its your one stop shop for taking classes at South Suburban.
On the www.ssc.edu home page, the lower right hand corner, click on SSC Self Service. It will ask you to log in with your SSC credentials, and from there you will be all set to start the registration process.
Did you know your secure user name and password are unique? You can receive your password by visiting the Office of Admissions (Rm 2348) on the main campus with a valid photo ID. If you have a secondary email address on file with the college you can just call the Office of Admissions (708-210-5718) with your username or student ID number to have your password sent to this secondary address. You can also use the online resend password form. An email will then be sent to the secondary email address on file.
This website offers training tips as well as standardized ways to use SMART Boards and Projectors in the class room. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 708-255-5890 option 2 to arrange for in-person training with a member of our team.
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