Is your online information gateway for your studies. Which allows you to access and change your personal details as well as viewing your modules, assessment deadlines and transcript of your results.
- Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)
UCP also offers an extensive Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) and access to Anglia Ruskin University libraries via online resources and our Guild House campus on Oundle Road, Peterborough. If you still are a little worried about the skills needed for academic study rest assured as we have a team of lecturers delivering a matrix of study skills which include Harvard referencing, essay planning, seminar confidence boosting sessions and help with maths for those considering a degree in computing or business. Just remember we are here to help!
- ARU Library – Oundle Road Peterborough
Access to online resources, books, journals, articles, newspapers, past exam papers, special collections, e-books, box of broadcasts and much more.
Term Time Opening Times
Monday – Thursday 08.30 – 20.00
Friday 08.30 – 17.00
Saturday 10.00 – 15.00
The Library+ at Peterborough Regional College is an excellent learning and resource centre and is available for you to use and to help with your studies. Facilities include a large drop-in PC Centre providing access to the Internet and Microsoft Office as well as many other software packages; a wide range of books for reference and loan; newspapers, journals and e-journals; group and silent study areas; facilities to watch DVDs; photocopying facilities; and a selection of stationery for sale. The team are always pleased to help you use the various services available and can offer useful advice to help you find the resources you need.
- Get IT Sorted
Getting access to all of the things that you need to begin your studies can be daunting, which is why we run drop-in sessions to help you Get IT Sorted. Sessions run on weekdays during Welcome Week and the first week of teaching. There's no need to book, just bring along your devices (laptop, phone, tablet) and we'll show you how to get connected. We promote these events throughout the year on social media and through posters so keep your eye out for the upcoming dates.
- Student Printing
Our new print service provides greater flexibility in when and where you print. Print to a single print queue and then release your print from any of our student printers within our building in the open access areas. Nothing will be printed until you are ready to collect – then simply tap into any student printer using your ID Card or log in directly on the printer and select your print requests on the screen. Like the majority of Universities there is a small charge for printing, you can top up your credit on your account here
- Student Email
We use Microsoft Outlook Web App in order for you to be able to send and receive emails. Emails can be sent internally to any member of staff, or externally as required. You will be able to access your student email from any PC with an internet connection. It will give you email, calendar, contact and task management features. You will be able to access your email from an internet browser by navigating to My.Anglia and clicking on the Email Login link. We recommend that you access your student email at least twice a week during term time to check for important information.
You can also link your student email to your other email accounts so there is no switching inbetween them all. Just follow these simple steps;
- Log in to your student account (login.outlook.com)
- You should be at your Account Overview page. If not, hit account.live.com
- In the Other Options section at the bottom of the screen you will see a Linked IDs link. Click this.
- Click on Add linked ID, then enter your password for your student account first **, then the ID and password of the account you would like to link in (e.g. email@example.com)
- Now at any time you can return to account.live.com and click/hover over your username at the top right of the page. At the bottom of the drop-down menu is a list of all the accounts you’ve linked together. Click on any one to instantly switch to it. No re-logging in required
- Turnitin UK
A text-matching software, is widely used by a large number of Universities within the UK and matches text of submitted work to that in a large database of online sources. This software highlights plagiarism by comparing the students’ submitted work for text matches to outside sources such as the current and archived internet, journal articles and previously submitted student papers. This is not software to ‘catch-out’ students, but to help enhance and develop your good academic practice. The user guide for students can be found here