A big HELLO to all our new students from Library Services!
You’re now fully enrolled and have access to all of your Library and IT facilities – that’s a lot of stuff to find your way around. So, we’re running some quick start sessions on all the essentials to help you on your way.
In the next few days you’ll need to find out how to:
- Check your personal information online
- Use the printers
- Access online learning materials for your course
- Borrow books from the Library
- Get more help if you need it
Our online guide for new students Getting Started @ Abertay shows you how to do all of this and more!
You can also come along to the Library and attend quick start sessions to get more help and see demonstrations of some key tools and equipment. Meet at the SEZ desk, Level 1 at the following times:
|Thursday 3rd September||Friday 4th September|
|Getting started with IT@Abertay
Need to find out how to access your University email, locate your timetable or find your coursework grades? This session will help you navigate Abertay’s intranet and systems.
|Getting started with the Library@Abertay
A quick tour of all the library’s facilities plus an overview of the library website and information about where to get help with finding resources for your subject.
|Introduction to Blackboard
Blackboard is the University’s virtual learning environment. Find out how to use all the collaborative tools in Blackboard, access all your module and assessment information and submit coursework.
|Using your university print account and self-service facilities
Find out how to use our self-service machines for borrowing and returning library items and how to add credit to your print account and use our printing, copying and scanning facilities.
A quick tour of all the library facilities including all our different print collection, study zones bookable group study rooms, time out area, printing facilities and places to get help and advice
|Introduction to the Support Enquiry Zone
The Support Enquiry Zone (SEZ) provides a single point of initial contact for students who require information, help and advice about any aspect of University life. Find out about the many types of requests and enquiries we can help you with and the different ways of contacting us.