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Computers and Audio/Visual Equipment Technological resources on the Lincoln campus are managed by the Technology Specialist. Digital cameras and video cameras are available for student use. To reserve equipment for classroom use, students must contact the Technology Specialist as soon as they know they will need the equipment. Use is on a first come, first served basis.


Doane classrooms are equipped with technology carts including a laptop, projector, DVD player and speakers. Students who require other types of technology should contact the technology specialist.


Both PC and Macintosh computers are available for student use at any time class is not in session in the labs. The labs are available when the building is open.


WebAdvisor WebAdvisor is an on-line feature that is available to students and can be found at www.doane.edu/wa. To access WebAdvisor, students will need an ID (user name) and password. A student’s ID (user name) is their preferred name or first name, dot, last name. EXAMPLE: elvis.presley. Passwords are set to capital letter ‘D’, lowercase ‘c’, followed by students’ birth date in six digits (MMDDYY). EXAMPLE: Dc010835 would be Elvis’ password because he was born January 8, 1935. Students can change their passwords by going online to www.doane.edu/myaccount and following the on- screen instructions carefully. If students have problems accessing WebAdvisor, they may call 466- 4774, and ask for the technology specialist.


To access WebAdvisor: 1. Go only to: www.doane.edu/wa


2. Choose “log in” in the upper right corner 3. Enter Doane username and password 4. Click on “Current Students”


5. Proceed with accessing the desired information


Using WebAdvisor students may access the following on-line services: 1. Look up the current/upcoming class schedule. Schedules are posted on WebAdvisor on schedule release dates listed on the school calendar.


2. Pre-register for class. This starts on the date listed on the school calendar for pre- registration, and continues until formal registration. Pre-registration holds seats for students in classes, but does not replace formal registration.


3. Look up grades. Grades will be posted after each term on the date listed on the school calendar.


4. Check grade point average (GPA).


5. Print transcripts that show completed classes. Print current class schedules.


6. Run evaluations to see what classes students still need to complete. Their choice of emphasis area and capstone project must be accurately recorded in Doane’s computer system for the evaluation to be accurate.


7. Check the status of financial aid. 8. Accept/decline financial aid


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