The library subscribes to a number of different databases to support courses taught at the university. Current students can access these databases on the Library Services Moodle under eResources. For more information about the best databases for your subject contact your Subject...
You can access your timetable through Moodle, ChiView.Moodle and ChiView
In Moodle there is a timetable option in the menu. Once expanded you will see a link to Teaching Timetables
In ChiView, once you are logged in, you will see a Timetable link.
Skype for Business is a way to connect with people inside or outside the University. It includes instant messaging, (video) calling, video meeting, and screen sharing. It integrates with Outlook.
The Skills team have created a video overview of Skype for Business.
Here is a Video...
MAF Online (Module assessment feedback) is the University's online tool for giving student feedback and marks/grades.
To give feedback via MAF Online, you will need to be the module co-ordinator on a module - or added onto a module's MAF by the module co-ordinator. MAF online for staff...
ChiReadingLists for students:
ChiReadingLists is the University's online reading list software. It allows users to access an interactive list of their module resources and gives instant access to any online resources such as online articles and eBooks. Access ChiReadingLists at...
The University of Chichester uses Microsoft's Skype for Business as a platform for online meetings and support. This page will guide you through what to do with an online meeting request.Please follow these steps to join a meeting
To set up an online submission area on a Moodle page:
From January 2019 assignments are submitted online only*. There is a slight change to the process, but by following this guide and the instructions onscreen you will have submitted your assignment in no time!
Please make sure you have read the Student Assignment Checklist
Extensions can only be granted by the Module Co-ordinator or Departmental Administrator.
To grant an extension to a student: