Welcome to your WorkStation, an interactive and customizable online support system for your community work. This WorkStation was developed to provide you with tools to improve collaboration with colleagues on important community issues and goals. Workstations are dynamic and interactive. It is our hope these collaborative tools prove to be powerful supports for your community health and development efforts.
The WorkStation provides a location online for sharing documents, information and ideas, with integrated supports for building capacity, documenting and evaluating efforts, and co-learning within and among community initiatives. There are many collaborative features of the Workstations, including access to shared documents, contact lists, expert guidance, success stories and participatory evaluation and reporting.
WorkStations generally have three parts: a main site, subsites, and pages. There is only one main site, but there can be many subsites and many pages. The pages contain the content you want to use: calendars, shared documents,
Go to your WorkStation landing page:
Then, select your WorkStation from the list. Depending on your site's settings, you may immediately be prompted to log in, or if your site has public access, you will arrive at the home page.
It may be helpful to bookmark your WorkStation to easily navigate to your site in the future. If you have any problems logging in, please see our Login Help page.
Login information, including your password, is now handled through your Microsoft login. To change your password:
Login information, including your password, is now handled through your Microsoft login. If you forget your password:
If you need additional information, please go to the Microsoft "When you can't sign into your Microsoft account" page.
Login information, including your password, is now handled through your Microsoft login. If you get locked out:
For many tasks a current version of most browsers (Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Internet Explorer) is all you need. However, there are a few tasks that can only be done in Internet Explorer (IE). If you use IE you need to make sure that a couple settings are completed.
There are several tasks that you can only do from IE. If you attempt to do these tasks you will see an error message, like the one copied below, stating that you must have a "Microsoft SharePoint Foundation-compatible application." That just means that you will need to use Internet Explorer to complete the task you want to do. Most of these tasks involve another Microsoft application like Excel or Access. One exception is Microsoft Outlook. You can connect a list, shared document or calendar to Outlook using any browser.
Here are examples of IE only tasks
If you use IE you will need to add your main WorkStation site to the Trusted Sites. If you set a Trusted Site in IE, Chrome will also pick it up.