There are so many resources at your finger tips to ensure you've got everything you need to successfully study from home. This is not an all encompassing list but gives you a taster and will be regularly updated as and when new resources are made available.
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From the start of term in September, the University will make more laptops available for you to borrow. As we’ve done since the beginning of the pandemic, you will be able to borrow laptops directly from the IT team, without using the self-service cabinets (reducing the risk to COVID-19 exposure) or you can request for one to be sent to your home address. We have also extended the initial loan period, which means you will not have to return the laptop until January 2021.
To borrow a laptop, simply raise a ticket with UniHelp
Please remember that you will not be able to borrow a laptop from the self-service cabinets as they are not in service.
Simply raise a ticket with the UniHelp team and they’ll ensure the correct team looks into it.
The Library team can continue to support you with:
Getting in touch - Monday-Friday 9am - 5pm
Learning Enhancement Team (LET)
The LET is offering online tutorials for Academic Writing and Language and Maths, Stats and Numeracy. Book your appointment today.
If your project involves anything to do with MoDA's collections, staff are still available to help. Please email email@example.com and we'll either answer your enquiry or arrange an online tutorial.
You can access AppsAnywhere on your personal devices, follow the instructions below:
Take a look at our video to see how our students are using it and read our instruction guide on how to log on to AppsAnywhere for the first time.
AppsAnywhere uses a web interface for access to the University’s software applications.
In addition, the following software is available to download for free to your personal computer:
To access the tutorial videos, you will need to sign in to LinkedIn Learning by selecting "sign in with your organisation account". You will then be asked to log on via myUniHub.
To use Adobe Creative Cloud software (including Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign) on University Mac desktops/MacBooks, you will need to sign into Adobe with your Middlesex e-mail address at first launch, and thereafter only with your email address.
If you require more detailed Adobe information, please visit Adobe help
For additional information on the software available to you, please see the Software page under IT specialists.
Read&Write has also provided temp access for students during this pandemic. Find how to download, install and activate Read&Write.
Access Code for Temporary Use- HU7WYPM2UJ