Important: This feature has been temporarily disabled due to browser incompatibility. See the Courseload Offline Application technical bulletin for more information.
If you use a screen reader to read your homework, go to the Downloading Resources to Use Offline (for screen-reader users) topic.
The Accessing Materials Offline training video walks you through the following information step-by-step.
If you know you are going to want to access your course content when you don't have internet access, such as while traveling, you can download the content to your device. Later, when you have internet access again, you can log in to Courseload to synch the downloaded version with the version in your course. Synching the content uploads the highlights, notes, and questions you created while using the content offline.
You can download any content except external links or embedded videos. You can keep content on your device for up to 14 days. After 14 days, you will not be able to use the content until you log in to Courseload to synch the downloaded version with the version in your course. The system prompts you to synch the content when you log in to Courseload.
The first time you try to download content, Courseload automatically begins installing the offline app. You must install the offline app in order to access your content while you are offline.
Note: You must have internet and use the Google Chrome browser, which you can download for free.
Use these steps to download the Courseload offline app:
The first time you try to download content, Courseload automatically installs the offline app. You do not have to download the app again when you download content after the first time.
Use these steps to download your materials:
It is important that you click Checkout for each resource that you want to download and that you allow the application to finish downloading each one completely.
Use these steps to access your downloaded content: