Summary This article includes information about the My Workspace area of Sakai. Once you login to Sakai, you'll be presented with the My Workspace area, which includes the Message Of The Day, Message Center Notifications, Calendar and Recent Announcements. My Workspace also gives you access to the following navigation buttons to the left: Membership (lets … Continue reading What is My Workspace in Sakai?
Library Services are accessible using the Library link located in the Campus Portal at http://juonline.sharepoint.com. You can also go directly to the Library Services page by going to http://www.johnsonu.edu/library. These services include extensive access to databases, resources, tutorials, LibGuides, Library Catalog, E-Books, E-Reference and more. The Glass Memorial Library is located adjacent to the Eubanks … Continue reading How do I access Library Services?
SkyDrive Pro, a component of the Office365 Microsoft service provides students and faculty secure, robust and global access to document storage and is accessible anywhere you have an internet connection. Current students and faculty have access to these features in SkyDrive Pro: 7GB of document storage space Sync class/work files across devices (including Android and … Continue reading Where can I store my class papers or presentations?
Summary This article includes information on what your username and password are for most services available to you as a student or faculty member. Usernames and passwords are typically issued within 30 days from the time you’ve been accepted and confirmed that you’ll be attending Johnson University or after you’ve been officially hired as a … Continue reading What is my password?
Summary This article includes information on what your username and password are for most services available to you as a student or faculty member. Services include: Sakai (where courses and course materials are posted) Office365 (Microsoft's Office Web Apps, SkyDrive Pro and Outlook Email) Campus Classroom and Lab computer login Student Email (Outlook via Office365) … Continue reading What is my username and password?