Have you ever found it difficult lining up, and visualizing your schedule while enrolling for classes? Well the Schedule Planner is the tool for you!
The Schedule Planner allows you to input which classes you want to take, and then provides you with a calendar view of every possible weekly schedule. Here’s how to access Schedule Planner:
- Log in at wins.uww.edu
- Navigate to “Main Menu” — “Enrollment” — “Add a Class” — “Add Classes” and select your term.
- Click on the “Schedule Planner” button
Once your on the Schedule Planner click the “Add Course” to start adding classes to your schedule. When you’ve chosen all of your classes, go back to the previous page and scroll down to the “Schedules” section and click on “Generate Schedules”.
Now you can see all of your possible schedules with whichever classes you have selected. You can also add breaks, or times of the day you don’t want a class. If it turns out there are any conflicts in your schedule, Schedule Planner will let you know.
For more a more detailed look at Schedule Planner, refer to this guide
Did you know that there are six computer labs that are open to all students around campus? If you ever need to access a computer for any of your classwork, these labs are the perfect place for you!
Andersen – Room 1008
M-F: 8:00AM – 12:00AM
Sat: 10:00AM – 6:00PM
Sun: 1:00PM – 12:00AM
For more information on the Andersen Media Lab, check out our blog post on it!
McGraw – Room 19
M-W: 8:00AM – 10:00PM
Thurs: 8:00AM – 6:00PM
Fri: 8:00AM – 4:00PM
Available during Andersen Library hours
University Center – Room 146
Available during the University Center building hours
Upham – Room 51
M-Thurs: 8:00AM – 6:00PM
Fri: 8:00AM – 3:00PM
Center of the Arts – Room CA 4*
M-Thurs: 4:00PM – 9:00PM
Sun: 4:00PM – 9:00PM
*Staffed during these hours. Lab may be open outside of posted hours.
All of these labs except UC-146 have both Macs and PCs (No Macs in UC-146). Each computer is equipped with a variety of different programs to meet your needs. Here is a complete list of all the software that is provided.
D2L’s dropbox tool allows for students to easily submit assignments to instructors electronically. Here are some helpful tips to make uploading files to D2L hassle free!
Make sure the correct file is selected: It sounds simple enough, but the easiest way to cause confusion is to accidentally submit your English paper to your Comm110 dropbox. Always double check that the file you selected is the one you want.
Don’t upload from your phone: You may not have known this, but you can upload files from your phone to dropbox! Uploading from your phone may seem convenient, especially when you’re in a rush and on the go, but it can be inconsistent. It’s always best to upload from a desktop or laptop with a stable internet connection. If you, or someone you know, doesn’t have access to one, check out our blog on Andersen Media Lab!
Don’t use special characters: If you’re submitting a file from a Mac, there are some characters that you can use in filenames that you can’t use on Windows. You’re able to use these characters on a Mac, but if you tried to use them in Windows, you wouldn’t be able to even make the file. These characters are \ / : * ? ” < > |. The dropbox will not allow any of these characters to be in a filename. If one or more of them are, you will get an error message, and the file won’t upload. So when working on a Mac, be careful not to use special characters.
Make sure your file was uploaded: After your file has been successfully uploaded to dropbox, you should immediately get an email receipt in your student email. If you check your email and there’s no receipt in the inbox, make sure to try and upload the file again.
If you run into problems trying to upload a file to a dropbox, please contact D2L Support.