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The [https://www.uga.edu/amac/studentcenter.php Student Center] is a web-based application that students receiving [[Member_Guide_Member_Services|AMAC services]] can use to:
* Check the status of orders,
* Download electronic book files,
* Download assistive technology software, and
* Watch assistive technology training videos.
A link to the [https://www.uga.edu/amac/studentcenter.php Student Center] is located on the home page of the [http://www.amac.uga.edu AMAC website].
Students log into the Student Center using their email address and personal identification number (PIN).  If a student cannot remember their email address on file with AMAC, they should contact their Disability Service Provider or AMAC.  If a student cannot remember their PIN, they can click the Forgot your PIN link located in the Student Center Login box and their PIN will be emailed to them. 
Once logged in, students can view their orders and can download electronic book files for their orders.
==How to Use==
The Student Center has been developed to provide easy access to materials and support offered through [http://www.amac.uga.edu/ AMAC] to it's student members.
*[[Media:SDC_Guide_student-1-.pdf| Student Guide (pdf 698kb)]]
The following '''videos''' will demonstrate how to get the most out of the Student Center:
* [http://screencast.com/t/FArfBvCZ Tour of the AMAC Student Center (4 minutes 27 seconds)]
* [http://screencast.com/t/tSAiq2tIKGE Quick Tour of the Student Center (2 minutes)]
* [http://www.screencast.com/t/o1DRaHNq99p Login to the AMAC Student Center (1 minute 23 seconds)]
** [http://screencast.com/t/JRmoOcte Remember your PIN or Change your PIN (1 minute 25 seconds)]
* [http://screencast.com/t/JIvSN7yMEdc How to download book files (2 minutes 57 seconds)]
** Unzipping your book files
*** [http://screencast.com/t/8dOa0rzH2 Unzipping with Windows Vista (2 minutes 31 seconds)]
*** Unzipping with Windows XP
* [http://screencast.com/t/KWPmPFsJe Downloading software for reading (5 minutes)]
*[[Instructions to check whether you have a 32-bit or 64-bit computer.]]
# Open System by clicking the Start button (Window logo in lower left of screen), clicking Control Panel, clicking System and Maintenance, and then clicking System.
# Under System, you can view the system type.
* Add reading software to your computer
* Download other voices to your computer
* Use the training support
* Get help
*[[Student Center:Data Replication|Data Replication]]
*[[Student Center:Email Notifications|Email Notifications]]
Microsoft: [http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/32-bit-and-64-bit-Windows-frequently-asked-questions 32-bit-and-64-bit FAQs]
[[Category:ACT|Student Center]]
[[Category:Information Technology]]
[[Category:Software|Student Center]]
[[Category:Student|Student Center]]

Latest revision as of 08:02, 8 September 2018