Adjusting Your Study Habits
To help the KSU community adjust to fully online learning the Coles College of Business adapted the following document with permission from the Center for Academic Innovation at the University of Michigan under a CC BY 4.0 License.
This guide can help you readjust your study habits to tackle the challanges of online learning.
MyKSU is your one-stop-shop for accessing online tools at the university including D2L Brightspace (KSU’s online learning platform), KSUmail (your Office 365 email account), and various other student services.
You can access MyKSU directly from the Kennesaw State University Homepage by clicking on the MyKSU link at the top of the page (see screenshot below)
You can access your D2L account, your Office 365 email account, and other KSU services using your NetID and password. If you have forgotten your NetID and/or password, please use the KSU NetID and Password Information portal to resolve the issue. If you are unable to resolve the issue using the portal, please contact the Student Service Desk at email@example.com or 470-578-3555.
KSU Service Desk for Students
UITS is your first point of contact for technology services and support. If you have technology issues accessing resources for online learning or are experiencing technical difficulties with an online learning tool, please use the contact information below:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 470-578-3555
- Service Desk Locations and Hours (subject to change)
- Computer Lab Hours and Location (subject to change)
In some cases, you may only need a quick tutorial or video description, especially when it comes to accomplishing a specific task. The resources below should aid you with basic online learning needs:
- D2L Resources for Students
- D2L Video Training for Students
- Microsoft Office 365 for Students
- Tips for Online Learning at KSU
During this KSU Remote Learning period, the Library System is dedicated to providing access to services and resources while promoting the health and well-being of the entire KSU community. Most library services will continue to be available throughout this time, but may be made available virtually.
If you need help with library resources please check out the Library System page for more information.