Self Help Training Resources
Information Services offer a wide range of training materials and online guides.
Digital Services offer a wide range of training materials and online guides to assist you with much of the software you will encounter within your student environment or the Supported Staff Environment. There are three key sources of training materials:
The materials on the Self-Help section of this website, including short tutorial videos, are available to all and require no login. Please note that many of the documents are in PDF format and will require Adobe Acrobat Reader to view them.
Those on the UniDesk Self-Service Portal can be accessed using your University staff email address and your associated network password.
The LinkedIn Learning materials on the Training Portal are available to University staff with E-codes and can be accessed using your University staff email address and network password. Some University-specific materials, such as the Skype for Business Video Tutorials have no access restrictions.
The Self Help area on this website has Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on a wide range of topics including:
- Student Applications and Enrolment
- Administrative Systems such as RAD and e5
- Online services such as Blackboard, eduroam and email
- Password and online security guidance
Resources in the UniDesk Self-Service Portal include guides on:
- Guidance on staff, student, associate and visitor accounts
- The global mailshot service
- Office 365
- Windows Operating Systems
Members of staff, with E-codes, can use the Training Portal to have full access to the online training materials published by LinkedIn Learning as well as University-specific materials. There are links to LinkedIn Learning courses curated by Digital Services and Staff Development and guidance on accessing the LinkedIn Learning website.
How to obtain help
Staff and students can use the training service.
LinkedIn Learning is currently only available to staff.
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