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Verify your display settings on your computer and plug-ins that your course requires.
Note: iPads are not fully compatible with the University of Wisconsin course management system. You will need a laptop or desktop computer to access the discussion board, gradebook, and the course dropbox.
If you have any questions about these preferences, call one of the numbers listed below and indicate you are a UW-Stout student needing help with Learn@UW-Stout. Help is available 7 days a week.
888-435-7589 select option 3 or 608-264-4357 select option 3
Set aside one hour to complete the orientation and get acquainted with the web navigation in Learn @UW-Stout. The News bulletin on the opening page introduces each activity.
When the class begins, you will be expected to use your University of Wisconsin-Stout email account for all correspondence with your instructor.
The University of Wisconsin – Stout follows The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) to ensure the privacy of your educational information which protects your educational information from being compromised through a shared personal or work email account.
Configure your mobile device to receive your university e-mail automatically. Directions are provided at:
Select your type of phone. If you have any problems setting up your university email with your mobile phone or your computer, contact Technology Help Desk (715) 232-5000 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
After you login to the class you will access the e-textbook to read online or offline. The e-textbook software is compatible with an iPad, Chromebook, Kindle Fire or fully internet capable device such as your laptop or desktop.. It is not compatible with a Kindle Reader.
Browser – Google Chrome
You may read the textbook online or offline on your computer using Google Chrome as the browser. There is also a mobile device option which is described on the above tutorial. NOTE: Internet Explorer does NOT work with the e-textbook, and Firefox does not work to read the e-text offline.
You can highlight info and organize info in the e-book (i.e. adding a note stating something like "reference in my discussion posting") and print only what you want for use as a study guide. You are further able to share notes and highlighting with peers in the class. Printing of the entire textbook is allowed for your personal professional use.
Who to contact if you have a question or problem with the e-textbook?
Login with your university user name and password, click on the Self Service link in the menu on the left, and then click on the Student Center link to view the amount due and the due dates.
No bills are sent via postal mail or email. The billing information is available for you to view electronically.
***A monthly 1.5 % finance charge will be added to any remaining balance after the final payment due date. Payments must be received on or before the published due date to avoid a finance charge.
Refund and Drop Policy
If you need to drop the class before the first day of class, send a cancellation request by email to Registration and Records at: email@example.com
If a student drops the course after the fifth day of class, a $15 fee will be charged in addition to the policy described below.
Tuition owed is calculated based on the date of the drop request email you send to the registrar’s office.
Inactivity in a course does not constitute a course drop or withdrawal from the university. You will be financially responsible for the course registration unless you notify the Registration and Records office to drop or withdraw.
If a student withdraws from the university, a fee of $50 is charged for a first-week withdrawal and $100 for any withdrawal during the second week. If a student leaves the university without officially withdrawing as per university regulations, the student will be charged the full 100% of tuition and fees due to the university.
If you have any questions about viewing your bill, billing or need a receipt for tuition reimbursement, contact
Student Business Services
Office hours: Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. CST
Diane Oakland, firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-232-3685
Megan DeRusha, email@example.com or 715-232-1363
John Bensend, firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-232-1659
Library Distance Learning Services
Ann Vogl, email@example.com or 715-232-1553