Many of the instructional support services that students would expect to be available on campus are now available online.
This section will provide information on the following:
The extensive resources of GALILEO (http://www.galileo.usg.edu/) are available to all eCore students. GALILEO stands for Georgia Library Learning Online. As a world wide web-based virtual library, it provides access to multiple information resources, including secured access to licensed products. Students have access to over 100 databases indexing thousands of periodicals and scholarly journals. Over 2000 journal titles are provided in full-text. Other resources include encyclopedias, business directories, and government publications.
The community of more than 2000 GALILEO institutions includes the University System of Georgia, K-12 schools, public libraries, technical institutes and colleges, and a group of private academic colleges and universities.
GALILEO Interconnected Libraries, or GIL, is an extension of GALILEO designed to enhance and expand educational opportunities. GIL provides students, faculty and staff expanded access to the information resources of the University System's Libraries by offering a gateway to information resources held in the University System of Georgia (USG) libraries.
GIL integrates into one system, which contains:
Students may initiate book requests directly from other libraries by using a computer or from within other libraries.
Some eCore courses may have supplemental material on electronic reserve at the University of Georgia Libraries. Instructors provide access information to the resources.
Online tutoring is available for all eCore students in a variety of subjects. Tutoring is available 24/7.
With online tutoring students can:
Certain eCore courses have specific requirements. Therefore, it is important to know about these requirements before signing up for the course. These requirements are listed below as well as in the syllabus for each particular course.
The math and chemistry courses require a TI-83, TI-83+, TI-84 or TI-84+ calculator and the GraphLink cabling and software. Please check the syllabus of the specific course for details on the recommended calculator in your subject area.
The Calculus I (MATH 1501) course requires that students submit their worked examples -hand written or produced in Word- for the four major Online Exams. For that reason, students are required to have access to some type of recording device to capture and submit their work:
The science courses require lab kits and equipment. Please check the syllabus of the specific course for details and costs.
The Human Communication (COMM 1100) course requires that students create audio/video recordings in some assignments. For that reason, students are required to have access to the following:
The Electronic Technologies in Educational Environment (ETEC 1101) requires that content be developed in Microsoft Word and Power Point.
The Intermediate Spanish I (SPAN 2001) and Intermediate Spanish II (SPAN 2002) courses require that students complete several activities in the external Supersite platform that accompanies the Enfoques textbook. Students must purchase the Supersite Plus Passcode in order to gain access to both of the two required activity tabs within the Supersite environment. Students will also be required to create audio recordings in some assignments and must therefore have access to a headset (headphone and mic), or microphone and speakers. Finally, students will be required to develop content in Microsoft PowerPoint.
To locate your username and password:
If you have logged in before, changed your password, and have forgotten that password:
You may change your own password. If you choose to reset your password you will need to wait 5-10 minutes for the change to be processed OR refresh your browser window. If you still cannot access GoVIEW, please contact the eCore Helpdesk at 678-839-5300 or 1-855-93ECORE (1-855-933-2673) or email@example.com.
Contact the eCore Helpdesk (678-839-5300) to have the email sent again.
eCore courses utilize open educational resources. Information on accessing these free materials is available within the course.