on campus students - University of Leicester

IT Services
An Introduction to IT at the University of Leicester
For on campus students
• Help Zone in the Library
• Call 0116 252 2253
• Email [email protected]
University IT account
• You can use your University IT account to login to:
– PCs on campus
– Free wifi
– Blackboard VLE
– Library resources
– University email
• Save files to your personal Z: drive
– Available off-campus from www.le.ac.uk/myfiles
• 500MB of secure storage space
University IT account
• Do not share your password with anyone
• Ensure you choose a secure password
• Reset your password:
– www.le.ac.uk/resetpassword
Student email
• Your email address is [email protected]
• Email storage is 25GB
• On campus: Student email icon on your desktop
• Off campus: webmail.le.ac.uk
• Connect your email to your smart phone or iPad
Blackboard VLE
• Virtual Learning Environment for:
– Course materials and activities
– Submitting your assignments
• Login with your University IT account on or offcampus: blackboard.le.ac.uk
• Help videos available on the Blackboard Home page
– Log in and get around Blackboard
– Submit your work to Turnitin
• Print from any University PC on campus
• Login to a Smart Printer and select your documents
to print
• Top up your printing account
– By card online at printcredit.le.ac.uk
– By cash in the Library
• Colour printing, photocopy and scanning available in
the Library
Free wifi
Connect your laptop or phone to eduroam wifi
anywhere on campus:
• Connect to eduroam-setup
• Then follow instructions at wifi.le.ac.uk
• Free wifi at many other eduroam Universities and
institutions worldwide
IT Help
• Help Zone in the Library
– Monday-Friday 9am-9pm
– Saturday 10am-4pm and Sunday 12pm-6pm
• IT Service Desk
– Monday-Friday 8.30am-5.00pm
– Call 0116 252 2253
– Email [email protected]
• Follow IT Services on Twitter @uolits
IT Training
• Online training at go.le.ac.uk/it4students
• Training workshops, including:
– Word Long Document Essentials
– PowerPoint for Academic Posters
– PowerPoint for Presentations
– Excel Charts
• One-to-one IT Help consultations

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