Digital Care Package

Welcome to the Digital Care section of the website. We've created, curated, and signposted a whole range of informative video clips and links to get you started on your learning journey at London Metropolitan University. Whatever course you are on or however digitally literate you are, there is something here for you. Work your way through the content, it will definitely make your life easier and smoother as you embark on student life at London Met.

We've divided each area into streams to help you understand how it supports you in your University life.

The key for streams:
Admin - essential content relating to your student status, records and university systems
Academic - everything you need to know to engage with learning online
Digital skills - enhance your learning journey with skills development
Support - useful resources and signposting to help you during your time at London Met

We will be updating this page over the next couple of weeks with more video content and useful information, so keep checking back!

  • What laptop specification should you ask for?
  • What internet speed do you need?
  • Who to contact for help?

Content coming soon!

  • What is pre-enrolment and why should you do it?
  • Being prepared - what will you need with you to pre-enrol?
  • Accessing the pre-enrolment system - where is the link and what to do if you can't find it
  • What does the system look like and what should you click when?

View our pre-enrolment video guide.

Find out more information on pre-enrolment guidance and how to prepare for becoming a student at London Met.

  • When can you access your timetable? 
  • Login screen
  • What the timetable looks like
  • Who to ask if you're having problems

View our timetable video guide.

Find out more about Personal Timetables.

  • What is Weblearn used for (pre- and post-arrival)?
  • How to access Weblearn as a guest pre-arrival
  • How to navigate within Weblearn

View our weblearn video guide.

Find more guidance on Weblearn.

Our online careers portal will be available once you've enrolled, and contains lots of resources and skills training to build your confidence and knowledge in some key areas employers will be looking for!  Make the most of this free resource for sessions on topics such as tools for remote working, self-management and initiative, presenting online and much more.

Click here for more information on careers support. You will need your London Met ID to access this site.

Click here for a video guide to Riipen work placements.

  • What is Blackboard Collaborate used for (pre- and post-arrival)?
  • How to access Blackboard Collaborate as a guest for Get Ahead and Welcome Week
  • How to engage with content within Blackboard Collaborate

View our Blackboard Collaborate video guide. 

Don't worry, you can still access books and articles online!

  • Library support staff are available remotely to help - here are their services

View our library intro video guide.

Find out more information on our library services.

  • Who is there to help? 
  • How to contact them, and why you should 

View our non-academic support video guide.

  • What is Evision used for (pre- and post-arrival)?
  • How to access Evision to make changes to your record and take actions

View our intro to eVision video guide.

Find out more about Evision.

  • What is enrolment and why must you do it?
  • Being prepared - what will you need with you to enrol?
  • Accessing the enrolment system - where is the link and what to do if you can't find it
  • What does the system look like and what should you click when?

Video guidance coming soon!

Find out more about enrolment.

  • How to access your student record
  • Why it's important it is up to date
  • How to update your record

Video guidance coming soon!

  • When do you get access to your student email account?
  • Why is it important you regularly check your student email account?
  • How to access the system online - watch and learn! 
  • How to read, write, and send emails including replying to all, BCC etc.

Have a look at our accessing your emails video guide.

Find out more on webmail

  • When do you get access to your student calandar?
  • What is it useful for?
  • How to access the system online - watch and learn!
  • How to sync it with your phone

Video guidance coming soon!

  • How to access Google Docs cloud storage
  • Why you should make use of it         

Video guidance coming soon!

  • How to access MS Teams
  • Why it's used for and why you should make use of it

Video guidance coming soon!

An intro to some key dos and don'ts when learning online:

  • Top tips from a recent graduate
  • Listening and engaging in online conversations

View our etiquette online video guide.

We are always going to be here to help, but if you want to find the solution to a problem yourself (a really important skill at uni!) then check out these free resources you can access to help you become a digital expert. Your School will also give you training on any specific software you need to know about.

The world is becoming more digital by the day so make sure you keep up and make the most of all these great free resources you get as a London Met student!

Video guidance coming soon!

  • How to sync the app with your London Met email
  • Walk around of the app and key functionality   

Video guidance coming soon!

Short introductory walkthrough of AppsAnywhere and RemoteLab including a screen share showing what to click on:

  • How to access AppsAnywhere and RemoteLab
  • Why they're useful and what to use them for

Take a look at our video guide on how to access AppsAnywhere and RemoteLab.

Find out more information on AppsAnywhere and RemoteLab.

Have a read of the AppsAnywhere user guide. 

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