What is T-Square?
T-Square is the name selected for Georgia Tech's Sakai installation. Sakai is an open-source solution that allows us to innovate and to program a solution that fits our campus and users.
In its first full semester of use at Georgia Tech, there are over 500 courses actively using T-Square. This does not count the many research project sites and department sites.
The T-Square Team is made up of people from many departments including OIT, QA, CETL, Enterprise, Enrollment, the Library, and Distance Learning, but is spearheaded by Educational Technologies.
To login to T-Square go to: https://t-square.gatech.edu
Submit a service request (the best way to reach T-Square support!): http://info.t-square.gatech.edu
Go directly to the T-Square Support site by using the above URL or by clicking on the Support menu link on the T-Square home page. Once you open the T-Square FAQ and Service Requests page, please follow the instructions to answer a few basic questions. You may get immediate suggestions for solving your problem so that you don’t have to wait for an email response. If there is no automated advice for your problem, you will be quickly directed to someone who can help.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include as much detail about your problem as possible in your email.
Please contact Chaohua Ou at 404-385-4812
T-Square Talk is an excellent place to join others in the T-Square community to discuss issues, make suggestions, and learn from one another.
To join T-Square Talk, log on to T-Square, click on Membership> Joinable Sites, find the worksite, and click Join.
Training workshops are usually offered to faculty and TAs at the beginning of each semester on how to use the features of T-Square for teaching and learning.