- Get Started
- Darton's eMajor
- Darton's eCore
- Fees & Costs
- Additional Course Fees
- Online Support Specialist
- Financial Aid
- Class Schedules
- State Authorization Requirements
- Technical Assistance
- Policies & Procedures
- Summer Training Workshops
- Online Course Review(opens new window)
- Tools & Tutorials
- Respondus and Studymate
Part 1: How to set up your computer and Web browser
In order to gain access to online courses or class support pages, Internet access, a Windows or Macintosh based desktop or laptop, a supported web browser such as Internet Explorer, Safari, Chrome or Firefox. The Java plug-in will be necessary. Various other plug-ins such as Adobe Acrobat Reader, Quicktime, Windows Media, Real Player, or other media player may also be required.
System checker for D2L - A handy system checker for your computer. Please allow popups on your browser.
The first step in preparing your computer to use GeorgiaVIEW is to go through the Browser Tune-up. Should the Browser Tune-up detect any issues, it will direct you on how to fix the problems and where to download any necessary software. The Browser Tune-up is a critical piece in setting up your computer correctly. Not having a supported Web browser or correct Java version can cause technical problems within GeorgiaVIEW.
This page contains additional information about how to get started with Georgia VIEW.