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11 My Used Book Came with a License Number. Can I Use a License Number That Has Been Registered to Another Student?

You cannot use a License Number that has been registered to another student. Once a License Number has been registered, it is permanently connected to a unique and non-transferable Access Code. The only places you can be sure to get a valid Access Code are…

12 Receiving a Message Saying My Hawkes Course Is Not Linked Yet

If you are receiving a message saying that your Hawkes course is not linked yet when trying to access your Hawkes web platform account through Blackboard, Canvas, D2L (Brightspace) or Moodle, your instructor has not yet linked your Hawkes course. Please speak…

13 What Do I Do If I Lost My License Number?

It is very important that you do not lose your License Number. If you lose your License Number before you create a Hawkes account, unfortunately, you will need to purchase another License Number or Access Code to create your account.

14 What Is the Difference Between an Access Code and a License Number?

A License Number OR an Access Code is required to gain access to Hawkes. License Number A License Number is a 15-digit numeric code. A License Number can be purchased from your campus bookstore. (It may come with your textbook.) This is your proof-of-purchase;…

15 Whoopsie! Looks Like You Might Already be Signed in Somewhere Else

Single Sign On If you received this message after selecting the Single Sign On link on your school's website and are using Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge as your Internet browser, try using either Chrome or Firefox instead. Email Address and Password…

16 Why Am I Receiving a Message Saying My Hawkes Session Has Ended?

You will receive a message saying "Your Hawkes session has ended" if you sign out of the Hawkes web platform after signing in using a Single Sign On link on your school's website. If you'd like to sign back in using the Single Sign On link again, simply close…