Browse the list of technology tutorials and resources for online students at UW Oshkosh. If you need help logging in or setting up an account, call Information Technology at (920) 424-3020. Some of the links below will open up additional information and some will direct you to the Information Technology website. You can also download this PDF of technology resources for future reference.
Google Mail (Gmail) Your UW Oshkosh Gmail account is the official communication mechanism for UW Oshkosh. Students are required to check their UW Oshkosh email account regularly. Visit the Information Technology website for instructional videos on using your email and syncing it to mobile devices.
Google Drive Create, share and collaborate on the web. With Google Docs you can work on your documents, spreadsheets, presentations (and more) from anywhere you have an internet connection. You can get Google Drive help and support on the Information Technology website.
D2L is your one-stop-shop for communicating with your instructors and classmates. Information Technology has a dedicated Help site for students and instructors. Visit the D2L Help page and search for your specific question, or use the navigation on the left to browse specific topics.
Beginning in Spring 2019, OCE courses will be moving from the D2L platform to the Canvas online learning platform. Students can view a series of Canvas tutorial videos at the Canvas Orientation page. For specific questions about Canvas navigation and “how-to” guides, visit the Canvas Student Guides page.
TitanWeb contains all of your important student information, including your grades and tuition bill. You can update your address, get an enrollment certificate, request your transcripts and more.
Students also enroll in their courses via TitanWeb. Students, staff and faculty can find tutorials and help on the Registrar’s TitanWeb information page.
Polk Library Tutorials and Tools
Online students at UW Oshkosh are considered “distance education” students, and Polk Library has specific resources for distance education students. Browse the tutorials below, or visit the Polk Library website to find more distance education information.