If you’ve found this page, it probably means you’ve encountered a tech-related problem or you’re looking for a little more information about learning online with JWU. The good news — we can help with both!
Support specialists are available to help you use ulearn.
Emails received after-hours will be processed the next business day. For an after-hours major outage, call the IT Service Desk at 866-598-4357 and select the option to report a major outage (do not email).
IT Service Desk Hours
Sat–Sun: Closed (ET hours)
Self-help guides are also embedded throughout ulearn course sites and through the Student Help link in each course.
About the ulearn learning platform
What is ulearn?
ulearn is our online learning course platform. In ulearn, you’ll access course materials for online courses, communicate with your classmates and engage in learning activities.
How do I use ulearn?
Many of ulearn’s features are intuitive. However, prior to starting your first course, you'll run through a ulearn orientation that will help you explore the platform’s features and give you an opportunity to practice using them. Instructions for using ulearn features are also embedded into course materials, and self-help guides are available via a Student Help link in ulearn.
Support specialists are also available to provide support via phone or email.
Computer & Browser Requirements
In order to fully participate in online courses, each student is expected to have access to a desktop or laptop computer. A Google Chromebook will not suffice. A mobile app is available for Apple and Android devices that allows you to complete some online course tasks, but the desktop or laptop computer is required for successful completion of all online course tasks.
As of October 2020, the minimum requirements are as follows.
Browser (one or more of the following):
Internet Explorer: Not Supported
Microsoft Edge: 42+
Mozilla Firefox: 57+
*Google Chrome is required for completion of the identity verification questionnaire in each online course.
Adobe Acrobat Reader 8 or higher
Macromedia Flash Player 9.0 or higher
Java Standard Edition 7 or higher
Ability to save documents in a format that can be opened by Microsoft Office
Ability to view documents created in Microsoft Office
Broadband connection (DSL, cable, ISDN, etc.) with consistent high-speed connectivity
Speakers or a headset
Technical support is provided via the University IT Service Desk, which can be reached at 866-JWUHELP (866-598-4357) or through a link in ulearn, the online course platform.