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PCs are available to students in the Library on a walk-in basis, some have specialist software such as AutoCAD or Adobe Photoshop. If you need to access the specialist software, please ask a member of staff
If you wish to use your own laptop in any of our Libraries, you can do so. Free WiFi facility is available. Connect to the 'Lincoln College Wireless' network with your usual College username and password.
Please ask Student Services to arrange PAT testing your laptop before you plug it into an electrical socket in the Library or anywhere else across College Campus
If you change or reset your password, remember to 'forget this WiFi network' on your devices in order to re-connect with your new password. If your device attempts to access the Lincoln College Wireless network with an incorrect password, it may result in your IT account being locked. Contact IT for help if this happens
Be aware: all internet traffic is monitored through the College web filtering system.
As a Lincoln College student, you will have access to Office 365, which allows you to use a variety of Microsoft Office apps online including Word, Excel, Outlook, and Powerpoint, among others. This gives you access to these programs wherever you have an internet connection, making working from home easier than ever. You will also be able to download and install the full version of Microsoft Office apps to your personal computer through Office 365.
Sign in using your student email address, which is your student ID number followed by @student.lincolncollege.ac.uk
If you are off campus or remote working, you will need to enter your college password
Select your language and timezone, and you will be directed to the Office 365 dashboard
As USB memory sticks cannot be used with College computers, the best way to transfer work between home and college is to use One Drive. This is the cloud storage drive accessed through Office 365, which offers 1TB of storage space. Documents and files saved here will be available wherever you have internet access.
Your Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)
The College VLE is called Canvas. Canvas is our learning platform providing access to your course materials, assessments and communication about your course and College.