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 1. Connect to eduroam Wi-Fi

 

To connect to the university Wi-Fi:

  1. Select eduroam network
  2. Enter your eduroam username, which is your studentcentral username plus @brighton.ac.uk

    e.g. abc1@brighton.ac.uk
  3. Enter your university password.

To find out more go to www.brighton.ac.uk/eduroam

 

 2. Download Microsoft Office and find your email

 

​As part of your University of Brighton subscription to Office 365, you get:

  • Email and calendar
  • A massive 1 Tb of online storage with OneDrive
  • Free MS Office applications online and ...
  • Free MS Office to download on up to five of your own computers, plus any mobile devices you have
To find how to download your free copy of MS Office and set up email on your mobile device, see our Office 365 web pages.
 
Tip: For more free software, including antivirus software, go to our software for students web page.
 

 3. Set up your UniCard

 

​Once you’ve set up your UniCard you can:

  • Access buildings (e.g. libraries) out of hours
  • Borrow from any of the university’s five libraries
  • Get loyalty savings in campus Cafes and Restaurants
  • Get 5-20% off the university's advanced Print Services

To find out more about Unicard services go to the UniCard web pages

 

 Stuck on a step?

 
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If you need help with any of these steps, you can:
 

Contact the IT Service Desk

 

Opening hours:

08:30 - 17:00 Monday - Thursday

08:30 - 16:30 Friday

email: servicedesk@brighton.ac.uk

telephone:  01273 644444

OR

Visit a Library Help Desk

Open whenever the library is open. See Libraries page for locations and opening times of our the university's five libraries. 

OR

Visit a Computer Clinic

Our IT specialists can help with eduroam issues, computer viruses, diagnosing faults for your pesonal computers. See clinic locations and opening hours.

 

 4. Discover your reading lists

 

The university's  online reading lists offer you:

  • Direct access to your course materials, e.g. online articles, ebooks, videos and webpages
  • Information on where to find print books within the University of Brighton libraries
  • The option to add notes to your reading list and flag up resources you intend to read.

To find your reading lists on studentcentral:

  1. Log in to studentcentral
  2. Select your Studies tab
  3. Find and open a Module
  4. Look for the Reading List in the left hand menu.

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If you'd like some tips on finding your way round studentcentral, see the helpful and short videos on the studencentral help page.

 

 MRES & Doctoral students

 

​As a research student you have access to a different set of facilities, including the staff email system.

Please follow this link for more information.

 

 5. Follow your library on social media

 
​To stay connected and find out about new services, follow your university library on Facebook and Twitter via the icons, below.

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Falmer Library​
Hastings Campus Library​
Queenwood Library, Eastbourne​
St. Peters House Library​, Brighton
 

 I've finished - what next?

 

​These first five steps should see you through your first weeks here.

When you get your first assignment, essay or research question, you will need to know more about library and IT services. See our Start Connected Next Steps for more information.

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 What have we missed?

 

​Our list contains five important first steps to complete in your first weeks on campus. These are quick wins and hopefully straightforward tasks.

You may have found other ways to start your course 'connected' and we would like your advice on any steps we have missed. This is your chance to help your peers by suggesting a Point Six for our list.
Tweet about what helped you start the term connected using #startconnected
 
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