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I'm a Returning Student

These instructions assume that you already have a valid, active MyITLab access code registered for your Pearson account.  If you need to get an access code, please learn about your options.

Registering for MyITLab

1. Start your web browser

MyITLab works with current versions of Google Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer (for Windows), and Apple Safari (for Mac).

2. Go to the MyITLab Registration Wizard

Please click here to go to the MyITLab Registration Wizard. The wizard will open in a new browser window.

3. Enter the Course ID for your section

See the Course ID list to find the correct value for your CS101 section.  Enter it in the text box and click the Continue button.

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4. Sign in

At this point, you will either need to sign in with the same Pearson account as you used for MyITLab the last time you took CS101.

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5. View the confirmation

Since you already have a valid MyITLab license, you don't need to enter an activation code or purchase it again. MyITLab will automatically add the new section to your account.

After your registration has been processed, you'll see a confirmation.  Click the Go to Your Course button to get started.

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6. You're registered, but you're not done yet!

Enter your course by clicking on its link.

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7. Click the Set Student ID button

Near the top of the page, click the Set Student ID (opens pop-up window) button. This will open a new pop-up window with your profile settings.

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8. Acknowledge the notice about using your WVU ID number

Click the OK button to acknowledge you will have to use your WVU ID (700/800) number.

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9. Enter your Student ID

Set the "Student ID" field to your WVU ID number (700 or 800 number without dashes; e.g., 800123456). Setting this value incorrectly will prevent you from receiving credit for MyITLab work.

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10. Save your changes

Scroll to the bottom of the page and click the Save button.

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11. Close the My Profile window

If needed, click the X to close the pop-up window.

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