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You will automatically be registered to use LRC/library, computing and network services when you join the University.
You get an ID card when you enroll at the University, it is unique to you. It's important that you keep your ID card with you at all times when you are at University as you may be asked to identify yourself at any time. Do not lend or borrow an ID card.
You will need your ID card to:
You will have 7 different accounts:
All you will need to access the LRC/Library, Breo, Network and Email accounts is:
USERNAME: (the registration number on your ID card)
PASSWORD: (your default password is your date of birth in the ddmmyy format)
You can change your password, but for the LRC/library there are restrictions on what characters you can use
Your Student record/ E-vision account password will be given to you on registration.
When seeking assistance always show your student ID card.Other than the network access, you can use all these services from home.
It is your responsibility to ensure that your personal accounts and passwords remain secure at all times, to prevent unauthorised access by others. This should be done by:
Learning Resources will not take responsibility for lost print credits.
If you allow anyone else to use your personal account to access the university's network or information resources provided by Learning Resources, this constitutes a breach of security and will be treated very seriously. This will usually result in the withdrawal of access to the service and the incident will be referred to the appropriate university disciplinary panel. Wilful misuse of a service purchased by the university for its staff and students may also result in an individual prosecution by the service provider.Changing your password On-Line
You may change your University network password, which provides access to the range of University services, including email, file storage, BREO, PebblePad, and the Library service on-line.
If you are about to finish your studies, congratulations aside, it is a good idea to:
because your accounts will be closed and you will not be able to access the contents, when you finish University.