Accent Marks in Lincoln Learning Language Courses

Lincoln Learning Language Courses, especially Spanish, will occasionally include fill-in-the-blank questions that may require the student to type accent marks for the question to be considered correct. Accent marks can be typed either by using additional language keyboards or by using keyboard shortcuts or copy/paste to put special characters into the answer. Here is a document that can be distributed to students and teachers, or added to the course itself for convenience, that gives all of the options for typing special characters:

Spanish-Accent-Marks-and-Punctuation.doc 

There may be some situations where a student cannot copy/paste from the above document or use keyboard shortcuts, so some activities may need to be Excused or have the grade manually adjusted by the teacher. 

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