Advising and Career Development Center
Canvas is Fresno States learning management system which allows students to access their courses to submit assignments, participate in discussions, view grades and course materials, access to course calendars, To Do items, notifications, and Conversations messages.
The Learning Resource Center is the central hub at the University for Tutoring, SupportNet, Supplimental Instruction and Academic Success Workshops.
DISCOVERe infuses mobile technology into the classroom experience, providing students with engaging material through the use of laptops, tablets or smartphones. By integrating technology throughout the academic experience, students can master digital literacy skills that are becoming increasingly critical for jobs in today's workplace.
Zoom, Fresno State's new video and web conferencing tool, is now available to all students, faculty, and staff. It can be used from any computer, laptop, tablet, or phone, and it works on PC, Mac, Android and iOS devices. Any Fresno State user can initiate a video or audio meeting, allowing Zoom to be used for any online meeting, whether between two or many people. Anyone in the world can join a Zoom meeting, but only a host can start/schedule meetings.
Fresno State Faculty, Students, and Staff: Use your Fresno State ID and password to sign in to your host account. No account request required!
If you started attending Fresno State as a freshman or transfer student in Fall 2018 or more recently you are required to submit to the GE Program Portfolio for specific General Education areas.
You will automatically be enrolled in a GE Program Portfolio Canvas course to complete this requirement where you'll upload artifacts that were previously assigned in specific GE courses (assignments such as papers, recorded speeches, PowerPoints, quizzes, presentations, analytical essays, etc.).
GE Program Portfolio Requirement
Freshmen will submit an assignment from every GE course they take at Fresno State and write three reflections of at least three hundred words.
Transfer students will ONLY submit assignments from the three upper-division GE course that they take (IB, IC, ID) and write one reflection of at least three hundred words.
Students will not submit assignments to GE Areas for which they have AP, IB, Exam, or Transfer Credit and will just ignore these areas in the GE Program Portfolio.
The Kennel Bookstore offers Fresno State students a range of options for acquiring textbooks and course materials they need to learn and succeed in class.
- New and Used Books
- Rental Books
- Digital Books including CSU Rent Digital, CourseSmart/Vitalsource and CengageBrain
- Alternate Formats and Customization
- Price Match guarantee for course materials
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