eCampus was designed to work on Windows and Macintosh based systems; however, not all systems will be able to support it. If a computer does not have the proper hardware and/or software, eCampus may run slowly, lack some tool functionality, or not work at all. Here's what you need to know to take full advantage of eCampus.
These pages provide information on how users' systems and browsers should be configured.
On Windows systems, ITS recommends you run Internet Explorer, Firefox or Chrome . For Apple OS X systems, ITS recommends Safari, Firefox or Chrome.
Only one browser is required to access eCampus. However, we recommend having two prepared in case your primary browser fails.
Sometimes there are problems that can only be fixed by clearing your browser's cache. Cache is where a browser stores recently used commands, preferences, and files your pages need.
eCampus uses Java to provide certain functionality like Voice Tools and the Multiple File Upload feature in the Content Collection.
When accessing tools that require Java, click "Yes" or "Always" to ensure that eCampus works in your browser.
When accessing tools that require Java, click "Yes" or "Always" to ensure that eCampus works in
Depending on the content types used in a course, additional software may be necessary.