Online Learning - Canvas
- A Guide to Becoming a Successful Online Learner
This guide is designed to help you understand what online learning is like and provide you with some tips on how to succeed in online courses at Montclair State University.
Please see the links below for information relating to Canvas:
- Electronic Resources
The MSU Sprague Library provides access to a wide variety of electronic databases, articles, and video/audio streaming. For more information, visit the library website.
Electronic Reserves (eReserves), are online resources located in the MSU Blackboard Course Management System. eReserves provide web access to course-related readings and other materials selected by instructors. For more information on eReserves, visit the MSU Sprague Library website.
- Citation Tools
Citations allow the reader to retrace an author's research. Therefore, electronic as well as other kinds of citations should be as complete as possible. Completeness in electronic citation means including the complete address of the site, the date the page was loaded or refreshed by the webmaster, and the date you viewed it. There are a few citation searching resources available to you. For more information, review the services section on the MSU Sprague Library website.
Montclair State Web Store
Students that are part of the Educational Leadership or Child Advocacy and Policy online degree program are eligible to download and purchase academic software at a discounted rate. In order to utilize the Montclair State Web Store to purchase Microsoft Office, please use your NetID and password.
After registering for your course, all students must set up their NetIDs as soon as possible. This will:
- Give you a unique electronic identity for access to university online services, including email
- Set up your email account so that you can:
- Receive vital university communications
- Gain off-campus access to library databases and other resources
- Gain access to Canvas.
For more information, please contact the technology helpline at 973-655-7971.
Paying Your Bill
You may pay your bill in person or online with cash, check, money order, E-check, or credit card. For information about our payment plans and paying your term bill, go to the payment options section of the Office of Student Accounts website.