Student IT services
Whether you're new to the University or returning for another year of study, it's likely that this year will be different as we continue to adapt to the changing circumstances.
We're here to provide help and guidance to get you set up and to start using our range of IT services.
Find out more about IT services including:
- accessing online services - including your email and personal record.
- connecting to WiFi
- your online learning environment
- accessing the University's mobile app
Your tutors and lecturers use a range of tools to help facilitate your online learning. Sessions are normally held within Blackboard Collaborate.
A wide range of Google applications are also available for you to use.
|Studying from China||
To help you get the best experience of studying at Sheffield from China, you can access University Connect for China.
This new service improves the availability and performance of some of our key digital learning services from China, including:
You can access university managed computers both on campus and remotely.
Computers accessed on campus must be booked in advance using the Resource Bookings System (via MUSE). If there are no computers available or if you're unable to come to campus, computers can be remotely accessed using FindaPC or through your timetable booking (for online computer-based teaching sessions).
|Staying safe online||
Make sure you stay safe online while studying. You should ensure your device is secure, and you should understand the policy regarding University data held off-campus.
Getting help and support
Having problems with your IT? Don't worry, there are lots of different ways to access help. Our IT Service Desk is available Monday-Friday 8am-5pm.