Accessing your eCore course
Now you've registered for an eCore course, you've reviewed all of the material regarding the academic calendar, proctored exams, and you're ready to get started! A couple of weeks before the start of the upcoming term, you'll receive an email to your Clayton State email address with information on accessing your eCore course(s). Please be sure you read that email carefully as it highlights important information. Below is similar information to help assist you in logging in or in case you delete the email and are unsure what to do next.
Where do I login?
eCore classes are delivered through a platform called GoView. This is a separate platform than what is used at Clayton State University, so you will need to bookmark/save the GoView site as you will be accessing it regularly throughout the term.
How do I login?
You will log in to GoView using yourcampus email prefixfollowed by an underscore ( _ ) then an assigned acronym for your campus. Here is an example:
|Email Address||GoView Username|
Essentially, your GoView username is your Clayton State University username (what you use to login to the SWAN) plus _clsu
If you do not know your SWAN username, “Lookup your username” and follow the instructions.
What is my password?
You will use your Banner Password/PIN, better known as the DUCK, at the time that you registered for your eCore course(s). If you have forgotten, or do not know your password, you can reset it from the GoView log-in screen by clicking “Forgot your password” and following the instructions. Your password rest email will be sent to your Clayton State email address.
When will I be able to access my course?
You will gain access to your course(s) on the first day of class.
What should I do to prepare for my course?
- You NOW have access to the eConnection, a tutorial course inside GoView. Get in and see what it’s all about!
- Review the textbook requirements for your course. If a textbook is required for your course, you should order it as soon as possible.
- Log in and review your courses on the first day of class. You will have participation assignments ineachcourse which must be completed the first week of class in order to be counted present.