Welcome to Plymouth Marjon University and to the TEL Help area.
This area is for Marjon students who are taught off campus and contains help and guidance with the technologies that you may be asked to use. The videos provide you with an overview of the technologies used by Marjon students and show you where to find help and support. There is also guidance beneath the videos that provides you with quick access to information and links to help you get started.
Technology Enhanced Learning Induction video
IT Training & Support Induction video
Information and Links to support materials
Your network account gives you access to:
- Your E-mail account
- Learning Space
- Library electronic resources
- Virtual Private Network (VPN)
- Marjon mobile
When you arrive your username will be your 8 digit student number (found at the bottom of your library card). Your password will initially be set to the following: Marjon-DDMMYYYY (replace DDMMYYYY with your date of birth).
New passwords must be 14 characters in length and include upper/lower-case letters, numbers and symbols.
Marjon network passwords do not expire. However, if you forget your password, you will be unable to login to LS or access other services. It is essential that you setup your password reset profile. For guidance on how to use the Password Reset Manager, look in the Network Account Information section of the ITTS Frequently asked questions page.
Once you’ve created a profile you can then reset your password online, at any time. Once you’ve logged in to LearningSpace you can access a range of resources.
You can access LearningSpace (LS), the University’s online Virtual Learning Environment from any computer with Internet access.
Open a web browser and visit: http://moodle.marjon.ac.uk.
For more information visit our Accessing LearningSpace guide.
Accessing the VPN
If you’re not on the Marjon campus, you can access your N Drive via the VPN (Virtual Private Network).
For more information visit our Accessing the VPN guide.
Submitting through Turnitin
Turnitin is the method of online submission used at the University. For information about using Turnitin visit our Turnitin: Assignment submission & digital receipt guide
From September 2017 students will be able to access similarity reports produced by Turnitin for their submitted papers. For information and guidance on how to view similarity reports, visit the Turnitin-feedback-studio-similarity-reports guide
Marjon mobile is the official app for students, staff and visitors of the University. By logging in to the app using Marjon account details, you can quickly gain access to a range of personalised information and Marjon campus updates.
To find out more about Marjon Mobile visit our Marjon Mobile 4.0 page.
Moodle Mobile App
The Moodle app allows you to access LearningSpace module pages from your mobile device. Benefits of using the app include being able to download courses to view offline and receiving notifications straight to your phone. To find out more about the App and how to get it visit the Installing the Moodle Mobile App page on our TEL Help site.
Even if you aren’t based on campus, you still have access to a huge range of online Library resources. Our main search tool is called Discovery and that searches our entire collection in one go – physical books, e-books, databases and e-journals. You’ll find the search box on our main page at https://www.marjon.ac.uk/student-life/library/ along with links for searching just the e-books and e-journals. You just need your student number and network password If you need any help with using Discovery or any of our other resources, we have a range of helpguides and videos at https://www.marjon.ac.uk/student-life/library/library-help/
Student Information Handbook
The Student Information Handbook provides guidance on a range of topics relating to studying at Marjon. Including Welcome pages for new students and Academic Skills topics such as how to write academically, dissertations, exams and research, critical thinking and reading and note taking. Open a web browser and visit: http://sites.marjon.ac.uk/handbook/
If you require specific advice or support you need to contact your Personal Development Tutor.
The Marjon TELKit is the place to go to find out about a range of tools (many of which are free to use). It provides students (and staff) with a one stop catalogue of tools that can be used to enhance learning and teaching. Open a web browser and visit http://elearning.marjon.ac.uk/eres/telkit/
The Hub is a public place for University community news and discussion. To find out how to access and contribute to the Hub visit our Adding posts to the Hub guide