An introduction to the Online Workbook powered by Noteflight.
What is Noteflight?
Noteflight is an online music writing application that lets you create, view, print, and hear music notation with professional quality, right in your web browser.
For more information about Noteflight, please visit their site: https://www.noteflight.com
How do my students complete the worksheets?
The Online Workbook contains digital versions of the worksheets found in the printed workbook for your textbook. Each worksheet contains directions on how it should be completed. If you or your students need help using the Noteflight editor, please review their extensive user guide, found here: https://wwnorton.learning.noteflight.com/guide
After completing a worksheet in the Noteflight editor, students should click the Turn In This Score button found at the top of the worksheet to submit it for grading. After turning in the worksheet, students should click on the Done button in the lower right corner to close the worksheet and return to the workbook.
Note: If the Turn In This Score button is closed or does not appear at the top of the worksheet, students should click on the Save cloud icon, close the worksheet, and reopen it. The Turn In This Score button should then be displayed.
If you or your students experience issues or have any questions concerning the Noteflight editor, please visit Noteflight's technical support page (https://support.noteflight.com) or send their support team an email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Some of the worksheets require students to listen to a specific audio example in order to be able to complete the worksheet. Those audio examples can be found under the Playlists tile on the Digital Resources page for your textbook. Select the Workbook Audio tab and all of the audio files for the workbook are organized by chapter.