Learning and completing your online coursework requires sufficient technology and internet access.
All Universities of Wisconsin online programs use the online learning management system Canvas, which is accessible from nearly any device. However, we recommend using a desktop or laptop computer (rather than tablets or mobile devices) because of their ability to open and run multiple applications for an extended period of time, and their compatibility with and ability to install new applications.
In addition to a computer with up-to-date operating systems (Windows or Mac), it is also recommended that you have:
High-speed connection to the internet
Speakers and headset or a microphone
Webcam (may be required for some courses)
Latest versions of Chrome or Firefox
Technical requirements may vary and be specific by campus and/or program. You will want to check the support page at the university you are pursing your degree with.
If you have a slow internet connection, you may want to look for high-speed internet access from an alternate source, such as satellite or wireless offered by a mobile provider.
Select university name listed here for specific technical support resources and links.
UW-Eau Claire’s resource for learning and technology services, LTS provides support for the technical operations on campus and online.
Read more about learning online at UW-Green Bay and the online student experience.
Learn more about the learning management system Canvas.
Visit Information Technology Services for online technical support.
Visit the DoIT Help Desk
Visit Technology Resources
Visit Information Technology Help for online support.
Visit Canvas Help for help with your online course platform.
Visit Information Technology Services for technical support and resources.
Visit the Division of Technology Services
Visit our Online Program Technical Resources page
Visit Information Technology Services for more information.