Learning & Studying
Want to access a rich set of resources that will help you unlock or re-boot your digital skills?
Explore Queen’s new Digital Skills Discovery Hub
The Learning Development Service (LDS) provides academic skills support to Undergraduate students via workshops, 1:1 appointments and online resources
The University realises that access to IT support and a suitable computing device is more important than ever at the moment.
Help with specifications, student discounts, or support from the University. Click below to find out more.
Microsoft Teams will be a core platform for your learning at Queen's
Training resources for using the Teams plus FAQs are available on the Queen’s Office 365 Training site (log in using your student number and password)
Canvas is our state-of-the-art Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) at Queen's.
Discover its potential
Stunning study space and access to world-leading resources to unleash your potential.
Please note that if you are using the Library to attend online classes, you can use any of the Student Computing Areas to tune in virtually. Please bring headphones/earphones to listen to the class.
- Opening Hours
- Automatic Renewals
- McClay Library Occupancy
- Transition Skills
- Upcoming Library Training Courses
Look at what your School has planned for the new academic year. Get to know your learning community, and how to connect with key staff
Learn about Office 365, Queen's email, and Queen's Online with our handy getting-started guides
Find a quiet space on campus to learn, attend an online class, or catch-up with your work
Are you an International Student at Queen's? Would you like to continue to improve your English and gain academic skills to help you succeed on your Queen's programme?
Please note: This learning material has been made available to you to help you access your programme of study this academic year. You are free to avail of it throughout the year. Misuse of the information, including copying and transmitting it is not permitted and could lead to action under the Student Conduct Regulations.
Given the changing nature of the pandemic, these commitments are subject to the guidelines that may be in place at the time. For example, if restrictions are increased/eased in the future then facilities and services may not be delivered as described.