Frequently Asked Questions: For Learners!

Browse our frequently asked questions below.

 

Can't find what you're looking for?

You can visit the edX Learner Guide, email contact@hydrolearn.org, or add a comment or question to the forum at the bottom of this page!

General

What is the association with HydroLearn and edX?


EdX is an online learning course provider that is open sourced! Using OpenEdX, we were able to adopt the edX software platform to create our own online learning site that is independent of edX but uses it's same functions and features! That way, when you need help on HydroLearn, you can often find help by reading edX help documents.





Setting up an Account

How do I see my grades?


You can check your progress in a course as you go along, or you can check your final grade after the course has ended. To try either of these, check out sections 8.3 or 10 in the edX Learner Guide or this article from the edX Help Center.




Can I resume work after exiting the course page?


Yes! As long as you clicked the Submit button after finishing any problem segments of the course, these answers will be saved. If you close out of the course, you can log back in and select the course to continue where you left off, however, you will need to navigate back to where you had stopped working. HydroLearn will not take you to the section of the outline where you were last working.





Working on a Course

How do I see my grades?


You can check your progress in a course as you go along, or you can check your final grade after the course has ended. To try either of these, check out sections 8.3 or 10 in the edX Learner Guide or this article from the edX Help Center.




Can I resume work after exiting the course page?


Yes! As long as you clicked the Submit button after finishing any problem segments of the course, these answers will be saved. If you close out of the course, you can log back in and select the course to continue where you left off, however, you will need to navigate back to where you had stopped working. HydroLearn will not take you to the section of the outline where you were last working.





The HydroLearn project is supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF) under collaborative awards DUE-IUSE 17269651725989, and 1726667; I-Corps 1644493; TUES 1122898; and CCLI 0737073.  Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the NSF. 

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