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STUDENT IT INDUCTION PROGRAMME
IT SUPPORT SYSTEMS
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First time log in
Single sign on
My DMU
Password Self-service
Student Email
Wireless network
Blackboard
Library resources & printing
IT training & help guides
Help contacts
FIRST TIME LOG IN
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Username : P10123456 (Your P number)
Password : DD/MM/YY (Your Date of Birth)
When logging in for the first time only enter the last two digits for your year of birth e.g. Jan 10th 1994 would be entered as 10/01/94
The first time you log in you will be prompted to change your password.
(Must be between 8 & 32 characters and must contain at least one number. Remember it is case sensitive.) After changing your password
restart the browser so that the change takes effect)
Now you have access to myDMU, Athens, Student Email, Blackboard
In future you can change your password at:https://password.dmu.ac.uk
UNIVERSITY WEBSITE
www.dmu.ac.uk
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The university website contains all the
information you need during your time with us.
To access the DMU students webpage select
the More button and then MyDMU from the
navigation pane on the left of the screen.
Select Login.
You can also access it from most student web
pages by looking for the MyDMU link.
Alternatively go to http://my.dmu.ac.uk
SINGLE SIGN ON
My DMU
• This can be accessed outside of the University
Please be
aware of our IT
usage policies
and ensure
they are
adhered to
STUDENT EMAIL
• You can access your student email from your myDMU
• This can be accessed outside of the University too
CAMPUS WIDE WIRELESS NETWORK (EDUROAM)
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Wi-Fi at other eduroam institutions (universities, hospitals etc) worldwide
A one-time only sign on
A secure connection
Available anywhere you see the eduroam logo
Eduroam is currently available on the following devices:
iPhone, iPod, iPad, Apple OSX, Blackberry, Google Android, Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows
8 / 8.1, windows Phone 8
Help sheets for each of the above devices are available to show you how to connect to
eduroam. These can be found in the Kimberlin library or on our IT training website
http://www.dmu.ac.uk/about-dmu/professional-services/information-technology-and-mediaservices/it-training.aspxbsite
eLearning
Blackboard is a web-based virtual learning
environment used at DMU to support your
learning. Blackboard provides access to online
learning materials from any computer with
internet access. It enables you to continue your
learning activities, collaborate and access
resources away from the lecture room.
• Blackboard is
accessed via
myDMU
eLearning
Your lecturer / tutor will
add modules to your
blackboard based on
your enrolments.
eLearning
Blackboard is
also used to give
announcements
and information
specific to your
module
eLearning
Blackboard
gives you
access to
services that the
University offers
TURNITIN
Blackboard is
also used to
access Turnitin,
the tool used to
detect plagiarism
KIMBERLIN LIBRARY I.T. RESOURCES
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Learning Zones provide spaces for group and individual work
Equipped with workstations (PC and Mac),
Power for laptops
Bookable syndicate rooms with plasma screens, whiteboards and DVD facilities.
Over 500 networked PCs , providing access to a wide range of databases, ejournals, the Internet and email, as well as to applications such as word
processing, spreadsheets and Adobe Creative Suite
Standard A4 and A3 Black & White and Colour Printing can be sent from any PC
and printed off on any device on campus.
Photocopying and scanning can also be carried out on any device on campus.
Within Kimberlin Library specialist printing of A4 acetates, A4 soft gloss and A3
High Quality is also available in the 1st Floor IT area.
For more information on library services visit our website using the following
link
http://library.dmu.ac.uk/
PRINTING
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Use your student card at any machine and you can print to any printer at the university.
£5 free printer credit to use on any machine (given on enrolment and start of each
academic year) This is equivalent to 125 pages of black and white printing.
Printers available in all student areas
Manage your printing and print top-up online at http://printing.dmu.ac.uk
You can credit your account with anything from £2.50 right up to £1,000
Any credit you add to your account is non-refundable.
For more information on how to print or top-up your print credits, use our IT help guide.
These can be found in the Kimberlin library or on our IT training website
http://www.dmu.ac.uk/about-dmu/professional-services/information-technology-and-media-services/it-training.aspxbsite
If you need any further help with printing contact
ITMS Service Desk
[email protected]
Ext: 6050
I.T. TRAINING TEAM
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We deliver a combination of online courses and
tutor led training courses
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Microsoft Office Applications from beginners to advanced
Microsoft IT Academy
We aim to build confidence in users to enable you
to exploit the computing resources available within
the University and at home.
You can contact us via email, phone or in person.
T: (0116) 257 7160
E: [email protected]|
Visit our website using the following link:
http://www.dmu.ac.uk/about-dmu/professional-services/informationtechnology-and-media-services/it-training.aspxbsite
HELP GUIDES
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We have help guides for all areas of your IT needs
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Accessing student accounts and their email
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Using Turnitin
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Word
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Excel
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PowerPoint
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Printing
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Publisher
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Wireless network
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Plus many more……
These can be found in the Kimberlin library or on our IT training website
http://www.dmu.ac.uk/about-dmu/professional-services/information-technology-and-mediaservices/it-training.aspxbsite
WHO TO CONTACT FOR HELP
1. Your Faculty Office
2. ITMS Service Desk
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[email protected]
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Ext: 6050

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