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Sakai Course Management System: Help at Seminole State
Sakai is designed to support the widest variety of client-side operating systems and browsers through its limited use of client-side technologies. While Sakai products generally function well in many browsers, the following browsers have been tested and are formally supported:
The America Online (AOL) Web browser will not work with Sakai. Please use Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer or Safari instead.
Logging Into Sakai
Things to remember:
Your Sakai user ID is the same as the login name you created for your MySeminoleState account. If you registered for classes in person and have not yet created a MySeminoleState account, you must do so on the MySeminoleState home page. You must have a MySeminoleState login name to access Sakai.
Your Sakai password is your first and last initial in capital letters, followed by the six digits of your birth date in YYMMDD format, where YY represents the last two digits of your birth year; MM represents your two-digit birth month (January-September birth months must be preceded by a "0"); and DD represents your two-digit day of birth (1-9 birth dates must be preceded by a "0"). For example, if your name is John Doe and you were born on March 1, 1977, your password would be: JD770301.
Sakai passwords are case sensitive.Ensure that your initials are typed in capital letters and that there are no spaces between characters.
How to Use Sakai
For help using Sakai's features in your class, look for the "Student Tutorial" link in the left-hand navigation menu on the Sakai login page. The link is also available on your MyWorkspace menu once you log in.
For additional help, call the Seminole State Distance Learning Office at 407.708.2424 or contact us via the Online Course Problem Form. If you leave a voice mail, please be as specific as possible about your inquiry.
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