|Question: How do I get back to the MCA site after I click on a Tool
you click on certain links such as the one in the tool box or the ones from the
links on the web, pages will open in a new browser window and you will need to
either close this window or switch to MCA site window by clicking on the MCA browser icon
in your status window at the bottom of the screen.
|Question: Why the Interactive Maths Practice Pages do not work on
Interactive Maths Practice pages use Java script based programs and need a Netscape 3.0 or
Explorer 4.0 or above browser. Check your browser version and upgrade to the newer version
|Question: How do I register on the Message Board?
click on the Fill a Registration Form link and type your details. If you don't have an
email address, don't worry, use firstname.lastname@example.org as your
email and collect your login details from us. When you submit the registration form
electronically, you are instantly registered and should be able to use your choosen
username and password to login immediately as a registered user on the Message Board.
|Question: In Message Board I clicked on 'Login as Guest' and now it
doesn't let me login as a registered user.
WebBoard keeps your last login in its memory so if you logged in as a guest, it will show
your status as a guest. What you need to do is bookmark this page in your browser - close
the browser window - and relaunch your browser and visit this page again. This time login
as a registered user.
|Question: How do I type maths symbols for square or
cube of a term?
is not possible to type these symbols in email systems so we have come up with a different
convention. In this new convention a square term such as 453 can be written as
45^3. This new convention is widely used on the Internet.
|Question: I can't type very fast. How can I participate and ask
questions in a live chat tutorial session?
in live chat sessions requires some planning. One good way of effective participation in
live chat sessions is to keep a word processor window open separately and type your
questions and comments there before starting the chat. Now, when you are chatting in a
live window, you only have to cut and paste your comments from the Word window to the chat
window. Of course, you will need to type some comments on the spot.