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Libraries, online & computing resources, regulations & academic calendars​​​
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Things you need to know...


Online resources
Computing
Regulations
Academic calendar​
Your timetable

Online resources

Throughout your time at Edinburgh Napier University you will use the computing and library services as they will be central to your studies.
 
Before you start at university, make sure you enrol for the Password Manager and complete the Introduction to Computing and the LibraryThis will help you to use the computing and library systems confidently so that you can log in to the University network, use the email system, virtual learning environment (Moodle) and library resources, as well as locate the best computer suite or library for your studies.

This will help you to use the computing and library systems confidently so that you can locate the best computer suite or library for your studies, show you how to logon to the University network and use the email system, virtual learning environment and library resources. You can also take a library tour to learn more about where to turn for additional help and support while you’re studying.
 

myNap​ier

myNapier​ is your personal gateway to our online environment. It offers secure and easy one-step access to all the online resources and systems you need to help with your studies and it is the tool that lecturers will use to communicate with you.
 
myNapier can be accessed remotely wherever you are in the world to give you access to
  • Moodle – your virtual learning environmentYour University Office 365 account, which includes emailSecure areas for you to store files on the network
  • Secure areas for you to store files on the network
  • The library system for finding information and using electronic resources
  • eStudent Records to matriculate in subsequent years, update your personal records and see your results
  • Teaching and exam timetables
  • Online payments
  • Specialised software packages available via AppsAnywhere
  • Edinburgh Napier Students’ Association (ENSA), school and departmental websites
  • Powerful search functionality to search content held on University websites
  • Communications including news, announcements and events
  • Links to selected external electronic resources

iNapier Mobile App

The iNapier Mobile App gives you personalised access to the University’s Online Services via your Mobile Device.
From iNapier you’ll get direct access to your:

  • Individual timetable
  • University email
  • Moodle modules
  • Library loan information…
  • Plus all of the online services you can already visit via your myDashboard interface linked to from your myNapier homepage. 

Find out how to download iNapier.

eStudent Recor​ds

eStudent Records is where all your personal details, as well as your enrolment and assessment information, are managed during your time at university.
 
It is your responsibility to keep your personal details up-to-date, so make sure you notify us about any changes. This is also where we publish your module results each trimester.
 

Moodle

Moodle is the online environment we use at the University for supporting learning, teaching and assessment.
Moodle integrates a number of features including access to electronic resources, communication, assessment and collaborative tools.
 
Once you have matriculated you will automatically be registered in Moodle and enrolled on the modules and programmes that use Moodle. You can then access Moodle by logging in from any computer with an internet connection.
 

IT help and support

Visit Contact Us for more information and you can also follow us @EdNapITSupport or @EdNapITBytes
At Edinburgh Napier University, you can access networked resources and Moodle, our virtual learning environment, through myNapier or the Virtual Desktop Service 24/7 from home or anywhere with an internet connection.
 
Within the University we provide access to around 1000 Windows PCs, 450 thin client PCs and 215 Apple Macs across our campuses. Opening hours vary, however the 500-seat Jack Kilby Computing Centre at Merchiston campus is open 24/7*.
 
On campus, we provide access to:
  • PCs 24/7 during trimester 1 and 2 (and at published times in trimester 3)
  • Face-to-face user support from our Help Desks at the main campuses including the Jack Kilby Computing Centre
  • Secure printing, scanning and copying via our Multi-Functional devices ​   
  • Microsoft Office applications and the internet
  • Specialised software packages available via AppsAnywhere, including: CAD, project management, statistics, mathematics, computer programming, and many others to support your studies. Secure printing, scanning and copying via our Multi-Functional devices
  • Campus wide Wi-Fi network connections for your mobile device
  • A self-service laptop loan service from the main campuses
  • Free software for home use and special low-priced purchase schemes for your own PC

Whether on or off campus, wherever you are in the world, you will always have 24/7* email and telephone support from IS Service Desk.

* Trimesters 1 and 2 only
 

Regulations

Please make sure you familiarise yourself with the University's regulations​ as well as the University's 
Data Protection Policy and our Information Security Policy

 

Academic calendar​

The academic calendar​ covers study over three trimesters, the majority of teaching taking place in trimesters one and two. 
 

Your timetable

Teaching timetables are published three times a year on MyNapier (Web Timetables), iNapier and via Office365 calendars. Personalised Timetables are available to new students after Matriculation. Please note it can take up to five working days for your personalised timetable to be fully available.

More information about your timetable can be found here on myNapier.​

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