If this is the first time you will be accessing Outlook online this summer, use your username for BOTH your username and password. Once you are in your email, you will see Bruce's email for directions on changing your password.
most important tip in getting Infinite Campus to run on
your home computer is to ensure you have java running on
your computer. If you are unable to open your gradebook,
go to http://www.java.com
and download java. Just follow the directions on the website
- it's a safe download!
To access your SharePoint site (former H Drive) online from home, go to http://sharepoint.center.k12.mo.us/sites/"building"/"username". Remember building codes are ICE, RB, CELEM, BOONE, ECC, CMS, CHS, CAS, ROAMINGUSERS, CO and to not use the quotation marks.
A few other tricks to keep in mind if you are accessing from home:
- it will work best if you access your SharePoint site using Internet Explorer;
- you might use center\username as your username. (Be sure to note that is a backward slash, the key above the Enter key on your keyboard.);
- and, of course, be sure you are using the correct website.
and foremost, you need a United Streaming account! If you
do not have an account set up, email
you forget your password? Go to United
Streaming. There is a link that says "Forgot your
Username or Password" under the log in fields. Click
that link and enter your username or email address when
prompted. United Streaming will send you your account information.
help downloading a file? This
document will help with just that!
you know the username and password to log onto Worldbook
Online from home? You won't need it within the district,
but will from home. Contact your building media specialist
or email Colleen for the password.
You will be able to accesseverything on the site. Save it to your computer for future use. However, you will not be able to post anything to this location. If you have something you would like to share, email it to Colleen and she'll post it.
you know you can checkout a Microsoft Office disk for the
2003 products from your building media specialist? This
includes Publisher for those of you who have a Publisher
website. Even if you already have Microsoft at home, might
as well update it!