Please note: The following instructions are for LaunchPad, but the same steps can be followed when using Writer's Help 2.0.
If you first linked your Moodle course to the wrong LaunchPad course, you can correct the pairing by unlinking the two courses, then re-associating your Moodle course with a different LaunchPad course.
Very important note:If there are students already enrolled in your LaunchPad course, please contact your Macmillan Sales Engineer before performing this operation. In certain integration scenarios you will need the assistance of your Macmillan Sales Engineer and/or Macmillan Higher Education's Technical Support to effect a clean break between your Moodle course and the LaunchPad course.
Click "Unlink Macmillan Course" in Macmillan Course Tools
Open the Macmillan Course Tools widget, scroll down to Support Tools, and click Unlink Macmillan Course.
Click "Yes, Disassociate This Course"
On the Sever this Course Association page, confirm the name of the LaunchPad course that you wish to unlink. Click Yes, Disassociate This Course.
Return to Moodle, reconnect the courses, or view other LaunchPad courses
You will see a message confirming that your Moodle course is no longer linked to the LaunchPad course. From here, you may take three actions:
- Return to Moodle by simply closing this browser tab that the confirmation message appears in.
- Re-connect your Moodle course with the same LaunchPad course to which you just broke the link by clicking Reconnect this course.
- Pair your Moodle course with a different LaunchPad course by clicking View available courses.
View Available Courses
Moodle will display the Macmillan Choose Course page.
Associate another LaunchPad course with your Moodle course
On the Choose Course page, find the LaunchPad course instance that you wish to link to your Moodle course and click the Associate button for it.
Click "Yes, Associate This Course"
In the Associate Course module click Yes, Associate This Course.
In the Success! message below, simply click OK to acknowledge that association was completed successfully.