If you don’t have access to your own laptop or PC, you can make use of our free iBorrow scheme.
We recommend that you have your own laptop computer as there will be lots of online resources, recorded lectures and activities for you to engage with, to support your independent learning, both on and off campus. Student Wellbeing offer a long-term laptop loan scheme for students who are unable to access the right IT equipment for them to digitally engage with their programme. Find out more about the long term laptop loan.
However, for your short term needs we have iBorrows. These are small, lightweight laptops that have the same full suite of software as the University PCs. We have 40 iBorrow laptops that can be borrowed from the Augustine House Library point for two weeks at a time.
If you have a laptop-related enquiry please contact the IT Hub in Augustine House via:
If you are worried about accessing essential IT equipment to support your studies please contact email@example.com for advice and support. The University has an IT loan and grant scheme in place to help students, who due to financial constraints, are having difficulty purchasing the IT equipment they need.
Eduroam is the main university wireless network allowing access to the internet and connectivity at other eduroam participating educational institutions around the world.
The study spaces are to be used for individual study and will be 2 metres apart from each other. Social distancing will be in place throughout.
As a Christ Church student, you can download free software or purchase specialist applications at a discounted rate to help you in your studies.