The staff at the Student IT helpdesks can assist you with enquiries about using the Portal and Google Apps, accessing your subjects in the LMS and your lecture recordings, and setting up your personal devices to work on the University wireless network. If you need IT assistance, see the friendly staff at the Student IT helpdesks located at the following libraries:
- Giblin Eunson - 111 Barry Street, south of Grattan Street, opposite University Square
- ERC Level 3 - the helpdesk in the ERC Library is the main Student IT helpdesk
- Baillieu Library Ground Level
See here for more information about Student IT.
UniWireless wireless Network
The University of Melbourne's wireless network "Uniwireless" is available for use throughout the law library.
Various operating system specific user guides for connecting to UniWireless are available from the Information Desk or can be viewed here: http://www.infodiv.unimelb.edu.au/knowledgebase/wireless/config.html
Please refer to: http://www.its.unimelb.edu.au/support/networks/wireless/faqs for a list of frequently asked question relating to the university's networks.
A University of Melbourne email account is assigned to all currently enrolled students.
For information about setting up an email account please call the Student IT HelpDesk on (03) 8344 0164.
To reset your student email account password, please use the following link http://accounts.unimelb.edu.au/
The law library provides two computer labs with a total of 86 PCs.
Computer access and printing is available in both PC labs for students currently enrolled in at least one law subject at the University of Melbourne.
Students will need to enter their University of Melbourne student username and password in order to login to the PC's within each computer lab.
Printing within the law library is provided by UniCard.
Unicard Provides photocopying and printing services in all campus libraries (including Student IT @Frank Tate Learning Centre and @ Percy Baxter Learning Centre).
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Public access computers are available throughout the law library for the purpose of legal research.
The university implements policy relating to the proper use of the the university's network resources. These policies include web and e-mail functionality.
For information on these policies visit:
Here is updated information regarding copyright rules and the University's stance: http://www.unimelb.edu.au/copyright/