Important message from IT Services for all final year students graduating this summer.
Following completion of your studies your IT user account will enter a 30 day expiry period.
After 30 days, access to your account, and all University systems will be permanently terminated. Please read the following guidance to avoid loss of data.
Important: Action required
- Back up any data you wish to keep (Important emails, data from *Google Apps , U Drive, OneDrive for Business and content from Learn)
- Update you email details .Where you have quoted your University email address (online accounts, job applications etc.)replace this with your personal (non-university) emails address.
- Redeem any unused printer credits. Credit that is not redeemed prior to account expiry will be lost.
Full advice and guidance can be found on the IT Services webpage: Finalists and Alumni
If you need further assistance, please contact IT Services by e-mailing IT.Services@lboro.ac.uk , or by phoning (01509) 222333.
*To take copies of your Google data – Google takeout, follow our step by step ‘Backup your Google Apps’ instructions: http://www.lboro.ac.uk/services/it/student/leaving/
Do you use RefWorks as your favoured referencing software? If so, it is important that you act now in order to ensure that you do not lose any of your work.
From September 2017 the University will no longer be supporting RefWorks; so It is vital that you make provision to migrate any references you have in RefWorks to a new platform.
The University is now recommending Mendeley as our chosen referencing software. If you choose to use Mendeley migrating your references from RefWorks to Mendeley is a simple process, details of which can be found on the Referencing Software pages on Learn:
These pages have further details about Mendeley, with videos and guides, informing you about the functionality of Mendeley and how to get started using it.
The Library is also running introductory workshops throughout the Summer:
- 27th June; 9.30-11am
- 12th July; 2-3.30pm
- 24th August; 9.30-11am
Go to the Library website to book your place:
Alternatively contact your Academic Librarian for further details about the workshops and Mendeley:
Digimap will be unavailable between 08.30am and 12.30pm on Tuesday 16th May for necessary maintenance. The service providers apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Here is an advance warning that the IET Digital Library will be offline for the day for an important system upgrade on Saturday 25th March, so all IET titles will not be available that day.
Service should be restored in the morning on Sunday 26th March. For further details visit the IET website: http://digital-library.theiet.org/
We apologise in advance for any inconvenience.