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Getting Started Guides and Videos

Access for email and other apps and get Microsoft Office 365 Free! (more about Office 365 @ Queen's)

Queen's Online (and to access Canvas) login  

Explore the services and advice below or the menu to the right

Connect to WiFi | Email on Phone | Queen's Online | Using Email | Printing | Free or reduced-price software

Connecting to WiFi 

Connecting your phone to your Queen's Email

About your Queen's Email account | Login via (please make sure you bookmark/add as a favourite)

Printing | How to pay for printing and copying | Web Printing

About using Queen's Online | Login via

Software you can get for free or at a reduced price. And Microsoft Office is available to download for students at Queen's, all free of charge.

Study Facilities | Borrowing a laptop

The Student Computing Areas (SCAs) situated throughout campus offer computers and space for independent study or to work on assignments.  Bookable Group study rooms in the McClay Library, Medical Biology Library and the Medical Library (book the McClay rooms via QOL) - all are equipped with a PC and whiteboard.  

Opening hours - Student Computing Areas

Considerate studying - Guidelines to make sure everyone can study in a pleasant environment

Assistive Technology for Students with disabilities and additional support provided by the Library

Building/Student Computing AreasLocationSoftware and study spaces
The McClay Library 10 College Park (beside Botanic Gardens entrance)

Student Computer PCs - List of Applications (2-page PDF available only to QOL users) 

Other software may be available within your School - contact your School Computing Officer for advice.

Note: Students are not permitted to install software on the PCs in the SCAs.

Study Spaces in each building

Peter Froggat Centre Quadrangle, Main Campus
Medical Biology Centre Lisburn Road, opposite Elmwood Ave
Medical Library Mulhouse Building, Royal Victoria Hospital

About borrowing a laptop (McClay, BioMed Library, Med Library)

Getting Help and Advice - Printing - Saving your Work - Protecting your device - IT materials

Computer Assistants Computer Asisistants are available to support staff/students in computer areas throughout the University.  These assistants are easily accessible and conveniently located to deal with front line computer related queries at the busiest periods during the day.

Students should also take note of the information which is regularly uploaded on to plasma screens and computer screensavers in the Student Computer Areas.  This information will highlight new IT facilities, promote good IT practices, advertise student activities etc.   

Printing | How to pay for printing and copying | Web Printing

Saving your Work

IT Service Desk

Social media links

ECDL & IT training

Protect Data/Device

IT policies