1. Training
1.1. Training and Seminars

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1.2. FERPA Training Online
The university is required to protect student information under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). FERPA governs the way we handle confidential information. All new employees (including student workers) who handle confidential information must complete MSU’s online FERPA training tutorial and quiz. All faculty and staff who have not already completed FERPA training either in person or via the online training, but who currently have or who may have been given electronic access to student information via myGate are required to complete the online training in order to keep or gain access to MSU systems. If you have any questions, please contact the Registrar’s Office at msu.registrar@murraystate.edu.

Online FERPA training is offered through Canvas.  Use this url to self-enroll in the training course.  https://murraystate.instructure.com/enroll/YKEW9E
1.3. AlcoholEDU Literacy Program
All first-time and transfer students are expected to complete the AlcoholEDU program.  You should receive an email with login and deadline information.

Login Instructions:

2. Enter the AlcoholEdu for College Registration Code: c157401a

3. When prompted, please enter your Murray State ID (M + 8 digits found on your ID or in myGate) to ensure you receive credit for completion. If you can’t remember or don’t know your ID, you can look it up by going to MyGate with your user name and password. Your M# can be found in the right upper corner of the page.

 NOTE:  If you already have an EverFi higher education account go to the above URL and click Log In. Once signed in, go to your setting to add the Registration Code.


Troubleshooting:
1. If you are using Internet Explorer, try a different browser such as Chrome (first choice), Firefox or Safari.

2. You may be too far zoomed in. Try zooming out.

3. Close all other applications and tabs. (iTunes, Facebook, YouTube, etc). Additionally, do not have any CDs or DVDs playing on the computer while viewing the course.


5. If on a wireless connection, try a wired connection.

7. Reboot the computer.

8. Disable all popup blockers and 3rd party toolbars. (instructions)

9. Try accessing the course from a different connection (computer lab, library, etc.).

10. Try watching the Haven video on your phone or tablet and then switch back to your computer to finish the course.

11. Try accessing the course at a different time of day (eg. during non-peak internet usage hours, i.e. morning).


If these don't work, then try:

1. Go to MyAlcoholEdu and choose Audio Only on the Course Settings page.

2. Refresh your screen

3. Contact the EverFi help desk at 866-384-9062.


Campus contact is Abigail Cox, Women's Center Directory, acox33@murraystate.edu

1.4. Video Appears Small - Viewing Harassment Prevention Training
Certain versions of Internet Explorer result in poor rendering of the Harassment Prevention Training videos.  Here are a couple of options for users.

1.  Use another browser.  Videos play at normal size in recent versions of Firefox and Chrome.

2.  Use the tools in IE to zoom in on the screen.  (CTRL+)
     Click on the gear icon
     Select Zoom
     Click on Zoom In until desired size is reached. 

 

IE zoom video

1.5. Title IX Harassment Prevention Training
Frequently Asked Questions about the Online Harassment Prevention Training (PDF) 

Murray State University is committed to creating a safe environment for our faculty, staff and students. In an effort to provide a safe and supportive environment for all people, it is necessary to annually raise awareness on ways to be safe and comply with federal law.

Our responsibility is to proactively seek ways to educate and inform our campus population about the dangers of sexual harassment and sexual discrimination. To this end we have partnered with United Educators to provide a free online training available to all campus users through Canvas.  Please take a few minutes to complete all Title IX training modules that are most applicable to you in your current role at Murray State: student, staff, supervisor, faculty, or faculty supervisor.  A record of those that have completed the training will be maintained by the Title IX Coordinator and shared with the appropriate offices and individuals across campus.

If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact the Title IX coordinator at msu.titleix@murraystate.edu.

Sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, sexual assault or other forms of illegal discrimination may be reported to:

Ms. Camisha Pierce Duffy, Interim Title IX Coordinator, Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity & Access (IDEA) (270) 809-3155
Office of Public Safety & Emergency Management  (270) 809-4810
Mr. Mike Young, Associate Vice President and Deputy Title IX Coordinator (270) 809-6833

 

Students, to access training modules: 

1.  Go to Canvas and log in.  (instructions for logging into Canvas)

2.  Locate the Harassment Prevention Training course under the Courses menu at the top of the page.  You may need to click on "View All Courses".

3.  Follow the on-screen instructions to view training material and complete summary assessments. 
 

Faculty and Staff, to access the training modules:

1.  Login to Canvas.  (instructions for logging into Canvas)

2. Locate the Harassment Prevention Training course under the Courses menu at the top of the page. You may need to click on "View All Courses".

3. Follow the on-screen instructions to view training material and complete summary assessments.