Find out more about accessing University resources when working remotely.
The Centre for Excellence in Learning & Teaching have provided information to support you in providing online delivery. This can be found by clicking below.
Learning Services also provide information about delivering teaching whilst working remotely.
Microsoft Teams allows you to work and collaborate with your colleagues from anywhere with only an internet connection and a web browser.
To access Microsoft Teams please visit www.office.com and sign in using your E Number@uos.ac.uk For example: E1234567@uos.ac.uk. When working off campus you will be prompted to enter your password as well. Once signed in you can select Teams from your available apps.
To access Office online please visit www.office.com and sign in using your E Number@uos.ac.uk For example: E1234567@uos.ac.uk. When working off campus you will be prompted to enter your password as well.
PLEASE NOTE, If you try to log in using your name format, for example J.Smith@uos.ac.uk, you will NOT be able to log in, you must use your E Number@uos.ac.uk.
Office online (also known as 365) contains some of your most well-known and well used applications such as, Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Teams. Office 365 is used as an online (requires internet connectivity) service. If you download the Office suite (Via Office.com) MS Office can be used regardless of your PC’s internet connectivity status.
That being stated, the “online side” to Office 365 is advantageous as you can access apps, tools, and files from almost any device with an internet connection. You can also use Office 365 to collaborate with your team on live files using OneDrive and SharePoint as well as having access to Microsoft Teams.
Follow the link below for some quick start guides on how to use the applications available with Office 365:
Follow the link below for more in depth guides as to how to use the various applications:
OASIS allows staff to complete many tasks while off campus. OASIS can be accessed using an internet connection and a web browser.
First, log in to MySuffolk by clicking here and enter your staff number and password when prompted. Once you’ve logged in to MySuffolk, click the OASIS button on the homepage.
Academic staff using a web browser can respond to applicant and student decisions and change requests through their intray for their associated courses.
Administrative staff using a web browser can perform the same functions in OASIS.
SSRS reports and SITS access
For data protection reasons SSRS reports and SITS cannot be accessed with only a web browser, a remote service or connection is also required. If you are unable to complete required tasks and have concerns please talk to your line manager in the first instance who can make a request for the provision of additional support if required.
Adobe is currently providing temporary student access to Adobe Creative Cloud in labs and classrooms is not available. Adobe has provided temporary at-home access for impacted students and faculty, so that they can continue their work remotely. Please follow the instructions below to enable access to Creative Cloud Desktop Apps on your personal device.
If you are using a UOS provisioned Laptop or Computer with Direct Access you cannot download the Adobe Creative Cloud via this method. If you are using Direct Access and require Adobe please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
I see a trial prompt when I sign in?
Some Windows users have reported receiving a message after installing and launching Adobe Acrobat DC, indicating a 7-day trial or buy option. Adobe has released a fix for this issue. If you are accessing Adobe through the temporary at-home option, please visit the below support page to download and install the fix: