Difference between revisions of "Student Download Center"

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==Resources==
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Microsoft: [http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/32-bit-and-64-bit-Windows-frequently-asked-questions 32-bit-and-64-bit FAQs]
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Revision as of 10:22, 12 February 2010

The Student Center is a web-based application that students receiving 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 Student Center is located on the home page of the 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 AMAC to it's student members.

The following videos will demonstrate how to get the most out of the Student Center:

Design

Processes

Resources

Microsoft: 32-bit-and-64-bit FAQs