SNAP 2013 General - faqs

How Do I add a Course to My Existing SNAP 2013 Account?

To add another course to your existing SNAP 2013 account, complete the following steps:

  1. Go to http://snap2013.emcp.com.
  2. Click Register under Are you a new student?
  3. Click Add Another Course at the Student Registration page.
  4. At the Course Signup page, enter your login name and password.
  5. In the Course Enrollment section, enter the Enrollment Key you received from your instructor for the new course.
  6. Click Add Course to My Account.
  7. Review your course and section names that appear on the Confirm Course Information page. If the information is correct, click Confirm Course. Then click Continue.
  8. Log in at the USER LOGIN section of the SNAP 2013 login page using your login name and password. At your Home page, click the course name in the Course Pane on the left.

How do I Create a SNAP 2013 Trial Account?

To create a SNAP 2013 Trial Account, complete the following steps:

  1. Go to http://snap2013.emcp.com.
  2. Click Register under Are you a new student?
  3. On the next screen, click on the Register for SNAP icon.
  4. At the New Account page, fill in the required information.
  5. Below the Enrollment Key field click the Trial Activation check box.
  6. Click Create My Account.
  7. Review your course and section names that appear on the Confirm Course Information page. If the information is correct, click Confirm Course. Then click Continue.
  8. Log in at the USER LOGIN section of the SNAP 2013 login page using your login name and password. At your Home page, click the course name in the Course Pane on the left.

Do you have Accessibility information for SNAP 2013?

For information on accessibility please click on the link below:

Accessibility For All Users

For information on navigating SNAP 2013 with voice assistance, please click here.

What is the Privacy Policy for SNAP 2013?

Privacy Policy – SNAP 2013

The information collected while using SNAP 2013 is used solely for the purpose of recording your interaction with the product. This information is provided to your school and the course instructor where it is used to identify you, store your work, record your grades, and track your progress. Your account information is not shared with companies or sold to any organizations outside of your school and Paradigm Publishing

What is the SNAP 2013 License Agreement?

End User License Agreement