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Two-factor authentication is now required to access eCampus, Portal and other WVU systems. Set up is easy. Be ready to install the free Duo Mobile app on your phone. Call 304-293-4444 or visit an ITS Service Center in the Mountainlair or Lyon Tower if you need help.

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  • Faculty Only: eCampus courses may be opened to students seven days before STAR start date (Tuesday, July 10, 2018)

    Using the Course Availability tool in eCampus, instructors may now open their courses to students as many as seven days before the official start date indicated in STAR. Faculty who don’t want courses opened early may choose not to use this feature. Instructions are at Course Availability

    Previously, and at the request of the Faculty Senate, all courses were opened to students three days before the STAR date. ITS worked with Blackboard on customization to offer faculty this option. As part of the collaboration, WVU Online provided funding to support the change.

    Please direct questions or requests for help to:

  • Turnitin will be unavailable from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Tuesday, July 10 for maintenance (Friday, July 6, 2018)

    Students will be unable to submit Turnitin assignments, and instructors will be unable to grade submitted documents from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Tuesday, July 10. 

    Turnitin is a cloud-based application, and the vendor determines when to make performance improvements and update hardware. Instructors who rely on Turnitin may want to adjust deadlines that had been set for July 10.

    We appreciate your patience. Please direct any questions to or (304) 293-4444.

  • Duo Mobile passcodes may work better than push notifications with some iOS devices (Tuesday, April 24, 2018)

    Some iPhone and iPad users may not be able to log into the Blackboard mobile app (eCampus) using push notifications from the Duo Mobile app. If you have this problem, use the passcode option. Just open the app and tap the key icon to generate a one-time numeric code to complete your login. Detailed instructions are online.

    Direct additional questions to the ITS Service desk at (304) 293-4444 or, or submit a ticket here.

  • Safari web browser and eCampus submission errors (Tuesday, April 17, 2018)

    Instructors: The latest version of Apple’s Safari web browser returns "failed to submit assignment" errors when students submit work to eCampus. Until the issue is resolved, please advise your students to use Firefox or Google Chrome for online coursework.

    If you have any questions, please contact ITS Service desk at (304) 293-4444, email or submit a ticket here.

  • Two-Factor Authentication (Monday, March 5, 2018)

    PROVE IT's YOU: 

    FACULTY: You’ll soon be required to use two-factor authentication to prove your identity when logging into secure systems. Download the free Duo Mobile smart phone app from your app store, then activate your account by visiting, clicking “My Login” and following the steps. If you don’t have a smart phone, contact your supervisor or ITS about hardware alternatives.

    STUDENTS: Some instructors don’t allow phones in class. Before enrolling, make sure they know what you’re doing _ and wait until the last day of classes if necessary.

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