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This module provides a basic overview of the Connexions website in order to familiarize learners with the major site features and navigation system.
See Also: Introduction to Connexions ( (External Link) )

No login required

You do not need to be logged in to access any of the published content on the site. You can download, view, print, share, or repurpose any content in Connexions for free, without even providing an email address. In fact, the only thing you HAVE to have an account for is to CREATE content, so we can keep track of whose is whose and make sure to give you credit for your work.

The home page

The Connexions home page ( (External Link) )

The following elements appear on the Connexions home page:

The Featured Content portlet highlights exemplary content that shows what you can do with Connexions. New authors may want to use these materials for inspiration.

The Featured Content portlet

Spotlight and news

The Spotlight portlet provides a rotating set of vignettes highlighting user feedback, author profiles, and important Conneixons announcements. Hear what’s going on with the project and what others have to say about it.

The Spotlight portlet showing an announcement

My account

From the My Account portlet you can log in, request an account, or recover a lost password.

The My Account portlet

Find content

The Find Content portlet provides a convenient, abbreviated version of the content search (a full search also available under the “Content” tab or the search bar in the upper right).

The Find Content portlet

The following tabs are used for navigation and appear on every page within Connexions:


The Home tab will return you to the Connexions home page, located at (External Link) .

The Home tab


The Content tab directs you to a comprehensive Search and Browse engine for the Connexions content repository. From here you to search or browse by author, title, subject, language, etc.

The Content tab


The Lenses tab presents a page listing all public lenses, allowing you to find content that has been endorsed by, affiliated with, or recommended by other Connexions users (the Lenses feature will be described in more detail later in the workshop).

The Lenses tab

About us

The About Us tab directs you to information about the Connexions project, including our philosophy and mission, project history, sponsors, and so on.

The About Us tab


The Help tab links to a number of helpful resources, including site feature documentation, author guides, and technical support contact information.

The Help tab


The MyCNX tab links to the authoring interface. This is the only area of the site you need to log in to your account.

The MyCNX tab

Questions & Answers

List and explain four factors of production
Vuyo Reply
capital labour entrepreneur natural resources
What is supply
Ogodo Reply
when the supply decreases demand also decreases
types of demand and the explanation
akin Reply
what is demand
akin Reply
other things remaining same if demend is increases supply is also decrease and if demend is decrease supply is also increases is called the demand
if the demand increase supply also increases
you are wrong this is the law of demand and not the definition
Demand is the willingness of buy and ability to buy in a specific time period in specific place. Mian you are saying law of demand but not in proper way. you have to keep studying more. because its very basic things in Economics.
Demand is the price of Quantity goods and services in which consumer's are willing and able to offer at a price in the market over a period of time
Demand is the quantity of goods and services that the consumer are willing and able to buy at a alternative prices over a given period of time. But mind you demand is quite different from need and want.
Demand can be defined as the graphical representation between price&demand
sorry demand is nt a graphical representation between price and quantity demand but instead that is demand curve.
Demand is the willingness and ability of a consumer to buy a quantity of a good over a given period of time assuming all other things remain constant.
what is commercialization?
Doris Reply
How to talk loan for bank?
Alfred Reply
what is the meaning of gpa?
Ritisha Reply
Answer: GPA stands for Grade Point Average. It is a standard way of measuring academic achievement in the U.S. Basically, it goes as follows: Each course is given a certain number of "units" or "credits", depending on the content of the course.
what is small and Microbuisenes
tadesse Reply
What is fiscal policy
Who is the funder of Economic
founder , that is Adam Smith
what is model
Daniel Reply
The wealth of Nations
Yusuf Reply
the wealth of nations, is it the first?
Yes very sure it was released in 1759
thank you Yusuf.
then when did he died?
17 July 1790 Born: 16 June 1723, Kirkcaldy, United Kingdom Place of death: Panmure House, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
that's my today questions, thank you Yusuf it's bed time see u after.
what is fiscal policy
kemigisha Reply
what's mode?
Umar Reply
mode is the highest occurring frequency in a distribution
mode is the most commonly occurring item in a set of data.
Please, what is the difference between monopoly and monopsony?
Olaleye Reply
is there monopsony word?
I have no idea though
please, in which year Adam smith was born?
monopsony is when there's only one buyer while monopoly is when there's only one producer.
who have idea on Banter
like trade by barter?
Monopoly is when there's excessively one seller and there is no entry in the market while monopsony is when there is one buyer
Adam smith was born in 1723
 (uncountable) Good humoured, playful, typically spontaneous conversation. verb (intransitive) To engage in banter or playful conversation. (intransitive) To play or do something amusing. (transitive) To tease mildly.
which book Adam smith published first? the first book of Adam smith pls.
wealth on nation, 1776
what is market power and how can it affect an economy?
Gab Reply
market power:- where a firm is said to be a price setter.market power benefits the powerful at the expense of others.
Market power refers to the ability of a firm (or group of firms) to raise and maintain price above the level that would prevail under competition is referred to as market or monopoly power. The exercise of market power leads to reduced output and loss of economic welfare
find information about the national budget
three branches of economics in which tourism is likely to figure
Makgotso Reply
What are those three branches?
Difference between extinct and extici spicies
Amanpreet Reply
in a comparison of the stages of meiosis to the stage of mitosis, which stages are unique to meiosis and which stages have the same event in botg meiosis and mitosis
Leah Reply
Researchers demonstrated that the hippocampus functions in memory processing by creating lesions in the hippocampi of rats, which resulted in ________.
Mapo Reply
The formulation of new memories is sometimes called ________, and the process of bringing up old memories is called ________.
Mapo Reply
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