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Support for older versions of Internet Explorer
What is happening?
Microsoft is ending support for older versions of Internet Explorer on January 12, 2016. After this date, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates or technical support for older versions of Internet Explorer. Microsoft will continue to support version 11 of Internet Explorer. Version 11 was released on October 17, 2013.
As a result of this change, Carnegie Learning will be updating our System Requirements for MATHia and Cognitive Tutor to include only the supported versions of Internet Explorer.
It is expected that MATHia and Cognitive Tutor will continue to run in unsupported versions of Internet Explorer (specifically, versions 9 and 10), but for security reasons, we recommend updating your version of Internet Explorer to a supported version.
What might students experience?
Students will see a nag screen telling them that their version of Internet Explorer is out of date, and another window will pop-up with a link to download version 11.. Students should still be able to access MATHia and Cognitive Tutor after dismissing this nag screen.
What can students and administrators do?
Students and administrators can update their version of Internet Explorer to the latest version provided by Microsoft. This article from Microsoft describes the update process.
Note: performing this update will require administrator access. This is not typical for students working in a school environment, so students may need help from school IT staff to update computers in the classroom.
Last updated: 09/29/16