Off campus study

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However you're studying, you have access to 1,000s of high quality resources, helping to keep your studies and research on track.

Please note: Some services are restricted to UK-based, registered Salford students in order to comply with certain licensing restrictions. If you're studying on a University of Salford programme at a partner college, see our information for Partner students.

Take an eLibrary tour

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Learn about the resources and support we provide - whenever and wherever you're studying.

Get connected to the Library

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Join the Library's Teams site and keep connected virtually. You can make video calls with library staff, share screens so we can help with your studies and work together even though we're apart.

Using IT

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All IT services can be accessed via links within the Student Hub.

Student Email - We send our emails to your University email account.

Blackboard - The University of Salford’s virtual learning environment (VLE) where you'll find resources for your programmes and modules, including lecture notes and assignment details. 

Collaborate - A web conferencing tool where staff and students can interact in an online environment in real-time. Chat using a headset and see each other using a webcam. Your lectures and tutorials may take place in a virtual classroom and sessions can be recorded by the tutor for later viewing.

Contact Digital IT for IT help with passwords, email, Blackboard and more, by phone: +44 (0)161 295 2444 (Mon-Fri 08:00 - 17:00 GMT) and email: Digital-ITServicedesk@salford.ac.uk

IT Essentials - How to get connected