With an Internet connection you can access most of our services from your own PC, laptop, mobile or tablet wherever you are, on or off campus. These are some of the top tools available to you.
My Liverpool App
My Liverpool is the official University of Liverpool app, providing everything you need to live and learn on campus. From events to FAQs and your digital Library ID, kickstart your student experience by downloading My Liverpool from the App or Play Store.
Once you have activated your computing account you will have access to your University OneDrive for Business file storage space. This is part of the Office 365 offering which is available to all students. You should save your files to your OneDrive so that they are:
- Available from anywhere, on any device, at any time - just log in
- Backed up regularly
The Student Intranet provides you with access to all the latest student news and announcements as well as a wide range of tools. When you log onto a Managed Windows Service (MWS) computer on campus, your web browser will open to display the student intranet page. This gives you immediate access to the services you need:
- Modules and assignments in VITAL (the University's virtual learning environment)
- Student record in Liverpool Life (the student portal)
- Printing account
- Library record
From this site you can also access a wide range of other services and tools, such as the IT Services Desk and study support. Get started with the Student Intranet, once you've activated your computing account, by visiting student.liverpool.ac.uk using any web browser.
Canvas - the virtual learning environment
The University's virtual learning environment, Canvas, is used by lecturers to make course materials, assessments and other resources available to you wherever you might be. You may be required to submit assignments via Canvas and to participate in collaborative activities such as discussion boards and group assignments. Once you have activated your account, you can log in to Canvas.
You can access Canvas by visiting https://liverpool.instructure.com/
A wide range of specialist subject software is also available to download and install, and you can also obtain a free copy of the latest version of Microsoft Office for up to five personal devices. Find out more by visiting www.liverpool.ac.uk/it/software.
If you don't already have antivirus software installed on your own PC or laptop, you can download and install the University's free antivirus software - Sophos.
The University provides a wide range of accessibility software and hardware to support students with a disability.
The assistive technology specialist will be available to give one-to-one training if required. Generally, an appointment will be made regarding training upon collection of the hardware and software when allocated by the Disability Advice and Guidance team, however, training can be booked by emailing email@example.com
If you're looking for a free PC on campus to use, use the PC Finder tool and save time. PC Finder will help you to locate a PC on campus and you can filter results based on installed software that you might want to use or even PCs which are adjacent so that you can work next to a friend.