How to Log Into GO Solve

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How to Log Into GO Solve:

  1. As a Teacher or a TSS
  2. As a Student




How to Log into GO Solve as a Teacher or a TSS:


  1. Ask the Title I Coordinator on which computers GoSolve has been installed. Go to one of those computers, log in as a student.


  2. Click the GO Solve icon on the Dock or the Desktop.



  3. A full screen will appear with this in the center. Click the Log In button.



  4. Type your first and last name in the first field, with a space between them. In the second field, enter your password. If you don't know what your password is, contact nethelp@4j.lane.edu and we will let you know what it is. It isn't your 4J email password, unless you have logged in before and changed it to your 4J email password. Then click the Go button.



  5. If you would like to access Teacher Utilities (which includes the ability to add and remove students from your class(es), add and remove classes, change your password, and make other changes) click the Teacher Utilities button. If you would like to see what the students will experience when they log in, click the student view button.



  6. If you selected Teacher Utilities, click here to go to instructions on how to create a class.




How to Log into GO Solve as a Student:


  1. Before starting up GO Solve, make sure you have a headset attached to the computer and on your head so you can hear the lessons and problems.

  2. Click the GO Solve icon on the dock.



  3. A full screen will appear with this in the center. Click the Log In button.



  4. Type your first and last name in the first field, with a space between them. In the second field, enter your password, which is your 4J network password. Then click the Go button.



  5. If you are on an Addition and Subtraction computer, click that button. If you are on a Multiplication and Division computer, click that button. If you are on an Advanced Multiplication and Division computer, click that button.



  6. You are now ready to start the lesson and do practice problems.