''FIT LIKEY?' SPOTLIGHT ON: How to access Student Help Point Services

''FIT LIKEY?' SPOTLIGHT ON: How to access Student Help Point Services
Wednesday 20 January 2021
noon - 12:30pm
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The session will be a chance for new students to meet The Student Help Point team and learn about how the team operates, and what we can assist with.  We will introduce ourselves as individuals and what our roles entail.  We will explain how the Student Help Point will be operating during the current climate.  We will welcome questions from students throughout the session and do an informal Question and Answer session at the end. 




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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