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Student Guide: Getting Started Online


Getting Started Online

Throughout your journey as a student in TUS: Midlands you will need to become familiar with a wide range of technology tools. This guide is designed to help you get started on the main platforms we use such as Office 365, Moodle, Zoom and the Library. Remember to use your email address ( when you login in to your email, Office 365 and Moodle with your email address.  Just use your student number (A000XXXXX) to access your library record, journal articles, past examination papers and ebooks. 

Each of the sections below gives advice on how to access the main technology tools that you'll need to get you started. Try to familiarise yourself with these in the first few weeks. Once you're set up, you can find out more by clicking on the additional guides on the tabbed menu above.

Student IT Helpdesk Form

More information on the Student Learning Portal.

View the Moodle guide for more tips and instructional videos on how to use Moodle.

The Microsoft suite of tools allow you:

To find out more about Office 365 tools, visit the Microsoft Office Guide or click on any of the links above.

To access journal articles, databases, past exam papers, your library record and more, please log in using your student email address and your TUS network password.


Eduroam (educationroaming) is the secure, worldwide roaming access service developed for the international research and education community. It allows students, researchers and staff from participating institutions to obtain secure internet connectivity across campus and when visiting other participating institutions by connecting via their laptop or mobile device.

Your device should pick up eduroam as a network. Log in with your TUS email address and your TUS network password. If your device cannot connect, and you can use alternate Internet access, please go to where you can download an installer specifically for your device.


Mobile Printing

Printing from your own device wirelessly.


Apps to scan your work for upload