Founded in 1891, Goldsmiths, University of London is an institution with a rich academic history, known for its creative approach.
It has been recognised as one of the UK’s top creative and political universities, as voted for by students (Which? University 2014), and in 2014 was ranked first in London for high quality and helpful staff by the Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey.

Each of your modules has its own NILE course, and you will also have a NILE course for your programme too. The NILE courses for your modules will contain all the key information about the modules you are taking, including information about your assignments. In your NILE courses you will find module guides, resources which have been uploaded by your lecturers, and online activities for you to take part in. You will also find other important information in your NILE courses, including reading lists, and, importantly, your assignment submission points. The NILE courses for your modules will contain information about each specific module, whereas the NILE course for your programme will contain wider information about the programme of studies you have enrolled on.
NILE is the University’s digital campus. It is a collection of online tools provided by the University to support your learning and assessment. NILE is an essential part of your studies, and you will find yourself using it frequently during your time with us at Northampton.

Learning Edge is the name given to the suite of web-based learning and teaching systems available 24/7 on and off-campus to students and staff at Edge Hill University. It enables teaching staff to provide course and module content, assessments and other teaching and learning functions for their students.

  • Students and staff will be automatically enrolled to Learning Edge. You do not need to register
  • Sign in using your Edge Hill username and password
  • Google Chrome is the recommended browser for the best experience with Learning Edge
  • Help and support for students and staff are located in Learning Edge. Choose Help from the Learning Edge menu bar
  • Guidance and resources for staff wanting to build their courses are located in Learning Edge. Choose Staff from the Learning Edge menu bar

You’ll be immersed in knowledge and opportunities that will encourage you to grow and succeed. You’ll grapple with big ideas and be encouraged to think differently by academics whose research is changing the world. You’ll benefit from outstanding teaching and learning outcomes, demonstrated by our Gold Teaching Excellence Framework award.
The 2020/21 academic year will start in September as planned in our usual term dates. How we deliver our courses will depend on government guidance on social distancing at the time. We are preparing for all different scenarios in order to maintain the excellent teaching offered at York. Find out more about our plans for the start of term.

We provide a variety of postgraduate study options starting in September and January.
We offer a broad range of undergraduate courses starting in September.

At Teesside we put students at the heart of everything we do. Surely that’s the point.
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The Library building provides comfortable, flexible study spaces and offers a wealth of excellent learning resources, extensive collections of information sources and access to expert help and advice.
View the AccessAble Guide for the Library building.
Due to the current COVID-19 outbreak please take note of the following updates to the Library Service:
• Please do not visit the library unless you are collecting books through the click and collect service, use our extensive online resources and edatabases
• View our quick guides to accessing online library resources under the library section on our support page
• If you are able to return your books to the library there is a designated returns box marked ‘UCLan Book Returns’ on Adelphi Street. Or, please post your books back to UCLan book returns, Library, UCLan Preston PR1 2HE
• Automatic renewals will extend to 23 September 2020 (this period may be extended if necessary)
• Fines will not be accrued from 17 March until 23 September 2020 (this period may be extended if necessary)
• Inter-library loans for physical books cannot be placed. However, electronic copies of Journal articles may still be available if the British Library can provide them

Welcome to the Language Centre
In the spirit of Keele’s ethos of internationalisation, the Language Centre is a focal point for cultural and linguistic diversity. The wide range of modules we provide allow international students to improve their English skills while other students may wish to develop their highly desirable Modern Languages skills. In addition, we also offer modules leading to a Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages.

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If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.

The email has a subject line that will be relevant to you and your studies, but the link in the email is malicious and will ask you for your University username and password.
Several students have reported receiving an email that looks to come from the University but is actually a sophisticated phishing email.