No worries! If you've forgotten your password to your JohnsonU.edu email, Sakai, Office365 or the Campus Portal, you can easily reset it at http://www.johnsonu.edu/password. Resetting your password is dependent upon selecting a security question and password when you initially change your password from what was given to you by the Admissions office. If you've forgotten … Continue reading I forgot my password!
Check out the overview video for Office365 here.
If you don't have a desktop computer but are looking for a way to access your SkyDrive on an iPad or other iOS device, Microsoft has released an app to do just that: http://www.macrumors.com/2013/06/28/microsoft-releases-skydrive-pro-app-for-office-365-subscribers/
Getting your JohnsonU.edu email on your personal smart device, mobile, phone or slate is pretty simple. While the directions may be a bit different for your device the settings remain generally the same: Add an account that is of type Microsoft Exchange or Corporate type. Your device must use Microsoft ActiveSync. POP and IMAP are … Continue reading How do I get my JohnsonU.edu email on my mobile?
There are several computer labs on campus. Computer labs are located in the following buildings: Richardson Hall 235 Richardson Hall 245 Richardson Hall 144 (Teacher Education) Philips-Welshimer Building 62 (Russel Preaching Center) Glass Memorial Library 206 Alumni Memorial Chapel 233 (Music Lab) Most labs have PC computers with Windows 7 or 8, with access to … Continue reading Are there computer labs on campus?
Students, faculty and staff can use a web browser such as Firefox, Chrome, Safari or Internet Explorer, go to the Campus Portal located at http://juonline.sharepoint.com. After logging in with your full email address as the Username and corresponding password, click Outlook at the top. You can also check out the help links under the getting … Continue reading How do I check my email?
Office365 is a Microsoft service which provides students and faculty secure, robust and global access to the following productivity, communication and collaborative tools: Office Web Apps (cloud-based versions of Microsoft’s Office Desktop products) Download and install full versions of Office (under Settings> Office 365) OneDrive (document storage – up to 7GB) Exchange Online aka Outlook … Continue reading What is Office365?