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This webpage is for 2022 participants of IACE. A welcome message from the IACE team, and an introduction to the use of the eServices features in AXIS.

The IACE course will start on Monday, January 30th. Please complete the following before the start of class:

Introduction to IACE

Welcome to IACE! We will be using AXIS in eServices for assignments and the submission of required documentation. Please take some time to become familiar with the different features of AXIS. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Welcome, IACE participants! We will be using AXIS in eServices for assignments and the IACE process. This document is a guide to get you started with using AXIS.

AXIS is the online platform where Intercountry Adoption Center (IACE) applicants will complete their home study and submit their documents. All necessary forms are available on AXIS. You can also find information about upcoming training, events, and deadlines.

To access AXIS, go to: Your username is your email address. If you have forgotten your password, please click “Forgot Password” on the login page.

If you have any questions about using AXIS, please contact your social worker or case manager.

What is IACE?

The International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACE) is a professional association that promotes continuing education and training worldwide. IACE also provides research, information, and resources on continuing education and training.

The International Academic Community Engagement (IACE) program is a semester-long exchange program that allows students to take courses at another institution and receive academic credit toward their degree at their home institution. IACE is designed for students who are interested in expanding their academic horizons and gaining international experience.

IACE is an acronym for the International Association of Collegiate Educators. This organization provides the structure by which participating colleges and universities can offer their students the opportunity to study abroad while still receiving credit toward their degree at their home institution.

There are two types of IACE programs:
1. Study Abroad: These programs allow students to take courses at a foreign institution and receive credit towards their degree at their home institution.
2. Internship: These programs place students in an internship position with a company or organization abroad. Students will work closely with a mentor at the host organization and will also complete coursework related to their internship experience.

IACE programs are available in many different countries and offer a wide variety of course options. For more information, please visit the IACE website or contact your home institution’s study abroad office.

What is AXIS?

AXIS is the IACE eServices platform where participants will access their assignments and course materials. It is important to note that AXIS is only accessible to registered IACE participants. In order to log in to AXIS, participants will need their unique IACE ID number and password.

AXIS is the International Association for Communication and Education’s online system for assignments and communication. When you log in to AXIS, you will be able to view your assignments, submit them for grading, and communicate with your instructors and classmates.

How do I log in to eServices?

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To log into eServices, please follow these steps:
1. Visit the website and click on the ‘Log in with NUSNET ID’ button at the top right-hand side of the page.
2. A new page will appear; enter your NUSNET ID and password before clicking on the ‘Login’ button.
3. Once you have logged in, you will be directed to the eServices homepage where you can access various school-related services such as course registration and viewing of examination results.

Creating assignments and submitting them to your tutor

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There are a few things you need to know in order to submit your assignments through AXIS in eServices. First, log into eServices and go to the Students tab. Here, you will find the link to AXIS.

Once you are in AXIS, you will see your current courses listed on the left-hand side. Find the course for which you need to submit an assignment and click on it.

On the right-hand side, you will see a list of all the assignments for that course. Find the assignment you need to submit and click on it.

You will then see a page with more details about the assignment. Read through these carefully before proceeding. When you are ready to submit your assignment, click on the “Submit Assignment” button at the bottom of the page.

You will be taken to a new page where you can upload your assignment file(s). Once you have uploaded all of your files, click on the “Submit” button at the bottom of the page.

And that’s it! Your assignment has been successfully submitted through AXIS in eServices.

Other tasks in eServices

Other tasks in eServices include registering for classes, viewing your unofficial transcript, ordering transcripts, updating your personal information, and viewing your financial aid information. You can also pay your tuition and fees online, and view your student account balance. If you have any questions about using eServices, please contact the IACE office at (323) 343-3000.

As a participant in IACE, you will be using AXIS in eServices for assignments and the submission of your final project. In addition to these tasks, there are a few other things that you can do in eServices.

You can view your current and past submissions, as well as those of your fellow participants. This is a great way to see how everyone is progressing and to get some ideas for your own project.

You can also access helpful resources, such as tutorials, guides, and FAQs. These can be found in the Resources section of eServices. If you have any questions about using eServices or about any of the tasks you need to complete, be sure to check here first.

Finally, you can update your personal information at any time from the My Profile page. Here, you can change your password, update your contact information, and more.