What happens if I can't access information about my course on the GPDE website?
One of the more common challenges that students have when using the GPDE website is related to the user's computer's date, time, and time zone settings. Not having your computer's date, time, and time zone set correctly will affect your ability to login, access your course documents, and complete the course evaluation. The most common solution for not being able to login is to adjust the date, time, and time zone on your computer.
In some cases the date and time are set correctly, but the time zone is not. If you are on a PC, choose Central Time U.S. and then make sure the box is checked that says, "Automatically adjust clock for daylight saving changes." If you are on a Mac, choose Minneapolis or Chicago for your time zone setting. When you are all done, double check your time and date as changing the time zone may have affected it. For Minnesota and Wisconsin residents, select the Central Daylight Time (GMT -6:00) time zone.
To set date/time/time zone on a PC, either click on the time display on your computer's desktop, typically in the lower right hand corner of the screen, or go to start, settings, then control panel, and finally date and time. To set date/time/time zone on a Mac, click on the time display in the upper right hand corner of your screen and click on open Date and Time.