Creating Links to eBooks

This article describes how to obtain a link which not only goes to a particular lesson, but also to a particular problem or math note within the lesson.  Teachers may want to place these links on a Google Doc or other file to "guide" students through a learning progression. NOTE: Students will need to be logged into their eBooks before clicking on any of these links!!

1. Copy the URL from any lesson in your eBook.

  • Go to the lesson in the eBook.
  • Highlight the URL in the browser bar.
CPM eBooks - CC Course 3 Lesson 2.1.3

2. Append the problem number or Math Note to the URL.

  • At the end of the URL add: #
  • For a problem number: Add the problem number complete with the hyphen: <chapter number>-<problem number> . Example: #2-26  (OR)
  • For a Math Note: Add at the end of the URL, #notes, so that the link goes to the Math Notes of the lesson.
  • DO NOT ADD ANY SPACES OR PUNCTUATION AT THE END!

Now copy the entire URL.

CPM eBooks - CC Course 3 Lesson 2.1.3
  1. Open a new window or tab on your browser.
  2. Paste your link in the browser bar and return.
  3. Check to make sure that the lesson opens to the intended problem. Note: if the problem is toward the end of the page, it will appear on the page but not necessarily at the top.

4.1. Quick and Easy.

Student Activity - Google Docs

4.2. More Organized Look and Feel.

The directions below show how to add a link to a Google doc.  Other applications are similar in how links can be added. The best you can do is the method above.

  1. Type the place you want students to go to.
  2. Highlight the intended link description. Right click to get the option to Link.  Select Link.
  3. Paste the URL and Apply.
  4. The link is now blue indicating that it is a hyperlink.
Student Activity - Google Docs