GC Tips for Learning Online
Check in Often
As classes move online, the most important thing you can do is check your official GC email address and GeorgiaView regularly. Reach out to your professors for guidance.
Set a Schedule
Treat an online course like an on-campus course. Create a route and stick to it. Set aside a regular time to work on assignments online.
Find a Space
Try and find a space to study that is as free from distractions as possible and is comfortable. A space that helps you be productive will be extremely important.
Patience is Key
This is a new situation for everyone, including your professors. Finding new routines and strategies will take time. Be patient with yourself and those around you.
There is Help
If you need help, ask your professors. Also, the Learning Center, the Writing Center, the Advising Center, SERVE and, basically, all of Georgia College is here to help.
This is not Permanent
Remember, things will eventually get back to normal; until then, the entire faculty, staff, and administration at Georgia College is working tirelessly to ensure your success. In the meantime, stay well, get some rest, and wash your hands.
- Create Your Account
- Invite Participates on WebEx
- Schedule a Meeting on WebEx
- Share Your Screen on WebEx
- Using the WebEx Whiteboard to Collaborate Georgia View/D2L Video Tutorials Office 365 for Students
Georgia Internet Access for COVID19
- Georgia Internet Access
- Georgia Library WiFi
- Eduroam- Georgia College is part of the global Eduroam network of schools, labs, museums, and more. This allows you to connect to any Eduroam network using your GC email and password.
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Where to go for Help
Even though the campus is closed to students, you will still be supported. The same services you were used to visiting on campus will now be available remotely, including getting help with technology or getting health or emotional support from our Student Health Services or Counseling Services. Georgia College is doing everything possible to make those services available to you online.
- Academic Advisement: You can easily connect with a member of your academic advising team by email or phone.
Supplemental Instruction: Supplemental Instruction (SI) continues to support courses that had face-to-face SI Leaders through online WebEx sessions. Students will receive details from their SI Leader on how to access the WebEx sessions.
The Writing Center: The Writing Center will reopen virtually on March 30 and resume its previous Spring Semester operating hours: M & W 9 a.m.-7 p.m., T & TH 9 a.m.-5 p.m., and Fri. 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Sign up for an appointment through Unify by logging in and clicking on "Schedule an Appointment" in the lower right-hand column of the homepage or email email@example.com
Health & Wellness
- Student Health Services: You can’t learn if you’re not feeling well. Students who wish to meet with a provider via telehealth must call the office at 478-445-5288 and speak with office staff.
- Counseling Center: It is important for you to be well so that you can keep on learning during the campus closure. To support students, the Counseling Services staff are meeting with students via telephone and video conferencing only. Students who wish to meet with a counselor via telemental health services must complete and return the "Information, Authorization and Consent to Telemental Health Services" form available here. If you would like to schedule an appointment with your counselor you may email them directly or call 478-445-5331.