How to stay informed at RGU

How to stay informed at RGU
Tuesday 19 January 2021
noon - 12:30pm
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University life may be your first experience as an independently responsible adult. You will get a lot of information thrown your way--much more than you may be used to. How you manage that information will determine how successful you are in your studies, how many unique opportunities you get to explore, and ultimately how ready you will be for your future career.

You can always count on the university to support you in your academic success and to look after your wellbeing, but it is up to you to accept, receive, manage, and be aware of the information and opportunities being shared with you. To help you with this, we've created this presentation to...

  • Outline the university's main student communication channels that you need to be aware of to ensure your success
  • What information they provide
  • How to access them
  • Managing what you receive
     
  • How our online learning environment CampusMoodle is used for communication
  • What information is on Moodle
  • How to access it 
  • How to manage your notifications/communications from Moodle



Having trouble accessing?
If you’re unable to access a particular event don’t worry, support is available.  In the first instance we recommend you view the short self-help videos.  You can also contact IT Support.

Self-help guides
- Microsoft Teams
- Blackboard Collaborate
- Zoom

IT Support
Website
Email: ITHelpdesk@rgu.ac.uk
Telephone: +44 (0) 1224 262777

RGU:Union:
Email: hello@rguunion.co.uk

Please note if we are made aware of issues accessing a particular session we’ll try to make alternative arrangements; for example by re-running later in the week or providing a recording.

Finally, the Union and university both have a wide range of support services which will provide dedicated and high quality support throughout the semester. You can find out more via Campus Moodle


















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