Getting Started with Georgia ONmyLINE
Course Login Instructions
All courses will be held on GoView. You will not be able to access the courses your registered for until the first day of the semester.
Go to https://go.view.usg.edu/
Login with your username and password – (username – campus id _ gsu; password – MMDDYY) If you need assistance with logging in or cannot access a specific course that you are registered for, please try resetting your password on the login page. If you continue to have login problems, you should contact the Brightspace/D2L Help Center (DHC) at 1-855-772-0423. Be sure to let the DHC representative know what website address you are attempting to access: https://go.view.usg.edu.
Student Information Hub
Once logged in, click on the course you would like to access. In addition to links for your GOML classes, GSU GOML students have a link inside GoView called the Student Information Hub. This hub contains important information and resources to help guide GSU GOML students through their degree program.
For technical support for GoView, please contact the Brightspace/D2L Help Center (DHC) at 1-855-772-0423. Students are advised to use the Brightspace/D2L Help Center located inside the information box on the login page for GoView for password resets. For appropriate support, please let the DHC representative the website address that you are accessing (https://go.view.usg.edu).
Georgia ONmyLINE Handbook
The Georgia ONmyLINE handbook is a guide for the M.Ed. & M.A.T. GOML students as you progress through your desired program of study. Please pay attention to the sections for the exit portfolio. If you have questions regarding your exit portfolio, which is uploaded into LiveText, please direct those questions to your Program Coordinator.
All M.Ed. & M.A.T. Georgia ONmyLINE students are required to purchase a LiveText keycode to build and maintain a professional portfolio throughout their program of study. LiveText is a web-based program the College of Education & Human Development utilizes for students to upload artifacts and narratives that support the Georgia Standards as they relate to their degree program.
There are a number of different ways you can find resources through the library website. Here are a few pages that will help you get started.
-ASKING FOR HELP
The library has an extensive support network available for students. If you have any questions regarding the library’s resources, please do not hesitate to contact a librarian for assistance. You can access the LIVE Assistance on the Library’s homepage.