The 1098-E reports student loan interest paid. You report that, but not the loan itself.
Both the 1098-E and 1098-T are reported in the "Education" section.
Type 1098-T and click the "Jump to 1098-T" link.
OR click Federal, Deductions & Credits, scroll down to "Education".
What the 1099-MISC is for matters when you enter it. If it is for self-employment, (non-employee compensation) you will pay income tax and self-employment tax on that income. If it is a school stipend or Fellowship, you'll be liable for income tax, but not self-employment tax. If it is for the latter, be sure to select that it was not for work and not with the intent to make money.