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DSO 8000 Let’s get started! What will DSO 8000 do for you? During this orientation, you will: Learn to access information to help you succeed in your Ed.D program. DSO 8000 Outcomes By the end of DSO 8000, you will know how to be successful in your Ed.D program of study as you

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What will DSO 8000 do for you?

  • During this orientation, you will:

    Learn to access information to help you succeed in your Ed.D program.


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DSO 8000 Outcomes

By the end of DSO 8000, you will know how to be

successful in your Ed.D program of study as you

learn to ...

  • Register for a NSU e-mail account.

  • Obtain a Personal Identification Number(PIN).

  • Find out how to contact an advisor.

  • Locate course schedules.

  • Register for courses.

  • Locate course syllabi, materials, and textbook lists.


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DSO 8000 Outcomes (cont.)

  • Use WebSTAR to:

    • change personal information.

    • work with transcripts.

    • get grades.

    • view course descriptions.


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DSO 8000 Outcomes (cont.)

  • Use WebMail to:

    • Check e-mail.

    • Attach files e-mail.

  • Locate Ed.D course information.

  • Use the NSU Library for research.


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DSO 8000 Outcomes (cont.)

  • Access WebCT for:

    • online classes

    • chats

    • e-mail

    • discussions

    • submitting assignments


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Technology Tips

  • FSEHS Tech 101

    http://www.schoolofed.nova.edu/tech101/

    For help with

    -WebCT

    -WebMail

    -WebSTAR

  • Also-- http://www.nova.edu/cwis/oit/stuservices.html


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Another technology tip…

  • If all else fails, call the NSU Help Desk at

    1-954-262-4357

    or email help@nova.edu

    Almost 24/7 access!



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NSU ID’s and Passwords

  • NSU Email and WebCT

    • Username: tunon@nova.edu

    • Password: abcd1234

  • WebStar

    • User ID N00123456 (Univ ID, Student ID)

    • PIN 112233 mailed to you

  • Library (access databases & FT search)

    • Last Name

    • Univ ID N00123456 (User ID, Student ID)


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NSU E-Mail Account

All students must apply for and use a free

NSU e-mail account to access:

  • WebCT (access online courses)

  • course syllabi

  • the NSU Electronic Resources

  • Information (The NSU e-mail account is the official method of electronic contact with the university.)


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Apply for a NSU E-Mail Account

http://www.nova.edu/

Click on Site Map


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Under Technology, click on Student Technology


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Scroll down and click on Create Your NSU Email Account


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Password is 4 letters and 4 numbers… abcd1234


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Obtain a PIN (Personal Identification Number)

  • https://www.nova.edu/sbin/pinhelp

  • Call 1-954-262-4850or

  • E-mail pinhelp@nova.edu

    PINs are only mailed to your home address.

    Allow 7-10 days to receive a PIN by U.S. mail.



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Forget your PIN?

  • https://webstar.nova.edu/pls/PROD/twbkwbis.P_WWWLogin

  • Press the Forgot PIN button.

  • Answer your security question.

  • Enter a new PIN.


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Student ID Card

ID cards are available for all students!

http://www.nova.edu/nsucard/



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WebSTARhttp://webstar.nova.edu

  • Registration

    • Registration select term

      • registration and add/drop classes

  • Student Information

    • Student records

      • view holds

      • final grades

      • academic transcript

      • account summary

    • Financial aid

  • Personal Information

    • Change PIN

    • Update address and phone number

    • View e-mail address

    • Name change information


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Online Registration with WebSTAR

  • Clear all holds.

  • Have the term code and CRN for your class ready.

  • Link to WebSTAR from the NSU home page or link to http://webstar.nova.edu/

  • Click Login to Secure Area and use your PIN to log in.


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Online Registration http://webstar.nova.edu

  • The User ID is your unique identification number that you will use for university transactions.

  • This is the personal identification number that will be mailed to you.


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WebSTAR - First Screen

  • Registration

  • Student & Financial Aid

    • Register for classes.

    • Get your grades, schedule or transcripts.

  • Student Records

    • Maintain your personal information.

    • This is the first place your professor will look for contact information for you.


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Check the schedule for the official start/end and drop/add periods.

Review your program outline prior to registering for classes.

Contact an Academic Advisor if you need help with selecting classes.

Before accessing WebSTAR be sure that you have a PIN, scheduling information, and your NSU ID.

Register as soon as possible to avoid closed classes.

View WebSTAR to verify your registration and student account status.

Registration Tips



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Registering for Classes

  • Select the term.

    For example, summer 2007

  • Select Registration and Add/Drop Classes.


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Drop/Add Classes

  • To drop a class:

    • Change the Action from none to Drop.

  • To add a class:

    • Enter the CRN

    • Press Submit Changes.


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Enrolling in Coursework Not Listed on the Program Outline

  • Do not deviate from your program outline.

  • If you decide to take additional classes, they will not replace coursework listed on your program outline.


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Use Student Records

  • View holds.

  • View grades.

  • Obtain unofficial transcripts.


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Holds

  • Admissions - Students that are provisionally admitted have 90 days to submit their documents, otherwise a “hold” will be placed on the accounts.

  • Advising - When placed on Academic Probation, a “hold” is activated on the student’s account. To clear probation and register, please contact an advisor

  • Bursar - If a hold is placed on your account, call the Bursar’s Office (1-954-262-5200) to clear the “hold.”


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Personal Information

  • Change PIN.

  • Update address and phone number.

  • View e-mail address.

  • Change name information.




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Need to talk to a doctoral enrollment counselor?

Your counselors will:

  • Arrange a schedule of classes for your degree.

  • Provide a program outline.

  • Provide you with any updates or changes to your program outline.

  • Also talk to your field associates.


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Contacts

  • Calling from Rome Direct number for Fischler School of Education:

    954 262-8500 for Call Centereduinfo@nova.edu

    954 262-7832 for Alejandra Parra

    aleparra@nova.edu




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WebMailhttp://webmail.nova.edu

  • Your e-mail address is username@nova.edu

  • Enter the username.

    For example, tunon, not tunon@nova.edu

  • Enter your password (not your PIN).

  • Press the Log in button.


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WebMail

To compose a new message:

  • Click the Compose Button on the toolbar.

  • The message composition window will appear.

  • Enter the recipient’s address in the To field.

  • Enter any recipients in the CC or BCC field.

  • You may enter multiple recipients in each field separated by a comma or a semicolon.

  • Type the Subject of the message.

  • Type the message in the Compose field.

  • Don’t forget to spell check your message.


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WebMail

To compose a new message:

  • Click the Compose Button on the toolbar.

  • The message composition window will appear.

  • Enter the recipient’s address in the To field.

  • Enter any recipients in the CC or BCC field.

  • You may enter multiple recipients in each field separated by a comma or a semicolon.

  • Type the Subject of the message.

  • Type the message in the Compose field.

  • Don’t forget to spell check your message.


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Attach a Document

  • After composing your message, scroll to the bottom of the Compose window.

    Note: If you do not see the Attachment section try maximizing the window and scrolling down to the very bottom of the page. If you still do not see it, try moving the entire window as far up as possible.

  • Click on the Browse button, located to the right of the Attachment field. The following window will appear.

  • Select the file you wish to attach and click on Open. The filename will appear in the Attachment field.

  • Click on Attach. Information for the file will show up as shown below:

    Note: To delete the attachment put a check next to the filename and click on RemoveSelected.


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Address Book

To find an e-mail address of someone at NSU:

  • Enter the name or a fragment of the name.

  • Click Search.

  • To start another search:

    Click Clear Search.

    Enter the new information and click Search.


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How’s your e-mail etiquette?

Brush up on your

e-mail manners!

Take a 10-minute

refresher course at

http://goto.intwg.com/

Always…think first—

e-mail later!



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What Does It Mean to Attend Class Online in WebCT

  • Online education courses are conducted entirely through the Internet and all registration, correspondence, and course participation are conducted electronically.

  • Students MUST log in to the WebCT course management system to complete activities and assignments and interact with the professor and other students in the class.

  • You may be dropped from the course if you do not log in when the class begins.


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WebCT Online Courseshttp://www.nova.edu/webct/index.html

  • As soon as you are registered, find the instructor’s e-mail address on the course schedule: http://www.schoolofed.nova.edu/gtep/info/sites.htm

  • E-mail your instructor that you are registered in the course.

  • Log in to your WebCT course on the first day of class.

  • Look for directions on where to begin!

  • Log in to your course each day to get messages!


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WebCT Assistancehttp://www.nova.edu/webct/help.html

  • Need help with WebCT (uploading assignments, posting discussions, etc.)?

  • Call NSU’s Online Help Desk:

    1-954-262-4357


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WebCT Student Tutorialshttp://www.nova.edu/webct/getting_start.html

  • Use the tutorial videos.


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Professor Contact

  • WebCT e-mail is like posting a PRIVATE message.

  • You will find the contact information for each professor in the course syllabus and on the course schedule.


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WebCT Assignments Check with your instructor on formats!

  • We recommend that you use Microsoft Office products (Access, Excel, PowerPoint, and Word) to complete assignments.

  • E-mail questions on file formats to your instructor.


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Your Assignments

Most professors request assignments as

1. Microsoft Word document

or

2. RTF (.rtf)

(Rich Text Format)

Most of the document’s format is maintained.

or

3. HTML (.htm)

(HyperText Markup Language)

The document is saved as a Web page.


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Saving Files in .rtf or .htm (Rich Text Format or HTML)

  • In the Save As window, select Rich Text Format (.rtf) or Web Page (.htm, .html) in the File Type field.

  • Rich text files (.rtf) can be easily read, regardless of which word processor you use.


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Student Ethicshttp://www.nova.edu/cwis/studentaffairs/forms/ustudenthandbook.pdf

Review the

Code of Student Conduct and Academic Responsibility

and the

Acceptable Use of Computing Resources in the Student Handbook.


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Plagiarism

  • All assignments and presentations must be the original work of the student.

  • All students are responsible for complying with the plagiarism policy that is located in the FSEHS Catalog/Handbook (pp. 236-237):

    http://www.schoolofed.nova.edu/fgshome/catalog/FSEHSCatalog2006-2007.pdf



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Want to learn more about NSU’s online tutorials?

A collection of

self-paced tutorials on

computer applications

programs is online.

Link to this collection:

http://www.schooldofed.nova.edu/tech101/


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A few reminders

  • Students are expected to attend each class. If you are not present on the first day of class, you may be withdrawn from the class. Notify your instructor of emergencies before class.

  • Grades will be available through WebSTAR (http://webstar.nova.edu) after the end of the course.

  • Check your catalog for more information.


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If you forget

Review these slides online at any time!

http://www.nova.edu/library/dils/teachinghandouots/rome


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