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15 Student information technology Your username Your username is created at the start of your formal relationship with the University and will remain the same even if your personal details change (e.g., your name). Usernames are generated automatically by the University and are not based on your preferences. Your username is unique to you – like your ID number, nobody else has the same one as you. Usernames usually contain up to four letters, followed by three digits, and are unique to each person – for example, “tuoa001”. You can look up your username in the “update personal details” section at iam.auckland.ac.nz/identity MyAucklandUni MyAucklandUni is a student portal that gives you access to your important information in one place. It’s a one-stop-shop that makes it easy to see Student Services Online, your calendar and timetables, email notifications, course updates, library information, financial information and personal details. www.myaucklanduni.ac.nz Student Services Online Student Services Online allows you to enrol in classes, view your timetable, update your personal details, generate fees statements/receipts and much more. You should keep your Student Services Online personal details up to date (email address, phone numbers and living address). www.auckland.ac.nz/sso Online enrolment For information on enrolment, please visit www.auckland.ac.nz/sso-enrol Advice is also available at your faculty student centre. centre (refer to pages 36-37 of this handbook). Student email All enrolled students have a University student email account. It is important to check your student email regularly as it is the University’s official means of communicating with you. Information about your courses, classes, exams, library notices and fees are sent to this email address. Your account will be activated approximately 24 hours after you enrol in a course at the University of Auckland. Your email address will be <username> @aucklanduni.ac.nz www.auckland.ac.nz/email Printing, photocopying and scanning Copiers and printers are available in all libraries, computer labs and information commons. There is a charge to copy and print. You can add credit to your copy and print balances at any Information Commons Helpdesk or by using a self-service ePOS station. www.auckland.ac.nz/copy-print Internet access Internet access is provided over the wired and wireless networks on all campuses. Unlimited, free, high-speed access is available to all University students. www.auckland.ac.nz/internet CANVAS CANVAS is the University’s web-based Learning Management System. All students enrolled in courses at the University have access to CANVAS. You can use CANVAS to: • Access information and materials for your courses. • Check course announcements, marks for coursework and exam times. • Download learning resources. • Complete online tests. • Participate in online discussions/chats https://canvas.auckland.ac.nz

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