Which UW Flexible Option Web Application Should I Be Using?

This document provides an overview of the web applications involved in the UW Flexible Option programs, as well as the log in pages and images of each service.

Sometimes, problems with various web applications can be very confusing. The first thing to do is figure out which system you are using. UW Flexible Option requires that students use an array of web applications to accomplish different tasks. When you seek help, UW Flexible Option support staff need to know which system is giving you a problem. The following describes the various systems and their uses, and provides a link to log in pages. 


PRISM
If you are enrolled in a UW Flexible Option program offered by UW Colleges, or are taking a competency set through UW Colleges, your enrollment information is managed in the campus student information system known as PRISM. Access to PRISM is available through your UW Colleges network account (username and password). 







UW Extension - Continuing Education, Outreach, and E-Learning (CEOEL) - Desire2Learn (D2l)
If you are enrolled in a UW Colleges Flexible Option competency set, you can access it by logging in here: http://flex.wisconsin.edu/d2l.

UW Extension - CEOEL - D2L - My Home




UW Extension - CEOEL - D2L - Course Homepage






PAWS
If you are enrolled in a UW Flexible Option program offered by UW-Milwaukee, your enrollment information is managed in the campus student information system known as PAWS. Access to PAWS is available through your UW-Milwaukee network account, also referred to as ePanther login (or account).

You can log into PAWS at https://paws.uwm.edu





UW Milwaukee - Desire2Learn (D2L)
If you are enrolled in a competency set offered by UW-Milwaukee, you log in to your UW Milwaukee Flexible Option competency sets at http://d2l.uwm.edu using your ePanther log in information. 




Keywords:uw, uw flex, flexible option, web app, web application   Doc ID:40977
Owner:Ken R.Group:UW-Extension and Colleges
Created:2014-06-10 10:57 CDTUpdated:2014-08-25 13:11 CDT
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