Online101_-_StudentInstructions

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Online 101 If you have registered for an online course, you will need to know how to obtain your login information and how to access the course. Strayer University has provided resources that will enable you to obtain this information. Please follow the directions below to learn about Strayer University’s online courses. 1. Begin your orientation by navigating to the following site in your Web browser: https://icampus.strayer.edu/online_101 . 2. Make sure you read through this information and follow the directions on this site. Here, you’ll find information on the types of online courses that are offered and the platforms Strayer University uses to deliver these courses. 3. Obtain your login information using the directions provided on the site. Your login information will be the same no matter what type of online course you are taking. Make sure you write this information down and keep it in a safe place.
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Try logging into eCollege. In the Let’s Try It! section of the site, you will find directions on how to log into the eCollege platform, where most online courses are located. This platform is located at http://www.strayeronline.net . 5. Once you have logged in, click on the Academics Page tab located at the top left of the browser window. 6. You will then see a link labeled Online 101 under the Special Courses area. Click this link to access the Online 101 course. 7. Carefully review the information in this course, as it will explain the different online platforms and the University’s policies and procedures. If you encounter any difficulties in obtaining your login information or logging into the eCollege platform, please contact the Technical Support department at 1-877-642-2999....
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This note was uploaded on 06/17/2010 for the course MAT 540 taught by Professor Azad during the Spring '10 term at Strayer.

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