Students, employees and guests can connect to wireless internet on campus.
Reset your password for myOkanagan and computers on campus.
Book equipment for your project or presentation at Okanagan College.
Need help connecting to wifi, logging in or technical support? Contact the IT Helpdesk.
The transition to online learning can take some adjustment for those who are new to the delivery method. Okanagan College offers resources to help you successfully master the tools available.
Quick start information
Moodle is the learning management system (LMS) implemented at Okanagan College. Moodle is used to supplement face-to-face instruction and to deliver course materials via the internet using a web browser.
- course content management and delivery
- communication (course e-mail, chat, bulletin board)
- collaboration (student projects and presentations)
- assessment and evaluation
- course administration and electronic grade management
To access Moodle, first log into MyOkanagan (see above) then click the link for Moodle in the top right hand corner of your page.
Moodle accounts are created automatically for students once they register in a course.
Depending on the type of course/program you are registered in, you may or may not have access to all of these account types.
Any problems or questions regarding your computing accounts should be directed to the IT Services Helpdesk at 1-866-839-4032 or 762-5445, ext. 4444.
myOkanagan is the Okanagan College Web Portal which will provide you with quick and easy access to many essential web-based services from any internet connected computer. These services include:
- Student E-mail (email@example.com)
- Class schedules
- Account and personal information
- Tax forms
- Fee assessments
- Final grades
- Academic transcript
- Access to Blackboard
- Access to the OC Wireless Network
Your myOkanagan ID is your 9 digit OC Student Number and your default password is your birth date in mmddyyyy format. The first time you log into myOkanagan, you will be asked to agree to the Responsible and Appropriate Use of IT Resources policy, and will have to change your password from the default value. myOkanagan accounts are automatically created once you apply or enrol at Okanagan College Student and do not expire.
Faculty and Staff Login
Additional services for staff:
- Your Teaching Schedule
- Finance (F.A.S.T.) Information
- BANNER Access
- Course Advising Tools
- Online Service Requests
- Online Purchase Requests
- Reports and Manuals
- Form and Policy Library
- Online Groups
Your username is your 9 digit employee ID. Format is: firstname.lastname@example.org. Your password is the same one you use to login to your OC computer and OC email. The first time you log into myOkanagan, you will be asked to agree to the Responsible and Appropriate Use of IT Resources policy, and will have to change your password from the default value.
Problems with your myOkanagan account should be reported to the IT Services Helpdesk.
In order to access computer and printing services on campus, you will be required to login to the Windows Network using your Windows Network Account and Password.
Your Windows account is your 9 digit OC Student Number and your default password is your birth date in mmddyyyy format.
Windows accounts are created automatically for students at registration time and are set to expire after one year.
Faculty and Staff
Your Windows account ID is your 9 digit OC Employee Number and your default password is provided to you by IT Services when first logging in.
Windows accounts are created by IT Services when requested by the originating department via the online IT Account Maintenance Request. Any problems with your account should be reported to the IT Services Helpdesk.
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The education technology resource centre provides advice, training and assistance to Okanagan College faculty in all program areas in instructional practices and delivery methods that reflect 'best practices' in the application of technology to teaching, learning and research.
We have designed this section specifically for employees of Okanagan College – to provide you with the information you need to make the best use of the many facilities and services available to you.
Okanagan College is a vibrant institution that places a high priority on the application of technology in learning and we, in IT Services, are committed to providing key technical services and support for our employees.
As a member of the College community, your access to the network and computing resources of Okanagan College is a privilege. You are required to use computing and information resources responsibly and to guard against abuses. Please review our policy regarding Responsible and Appropriate Use of IT Resources.