Steam is a video game digital distribution platform developed by Valve Corporation. This platform is used by the university to install certain items of software from games to applications. To access this platform, you must have an account. If you already have one you may sign in...
The guide covers all of the services and support available through the Support and Information Zone:
Access to individual eBooks purchased by the University of Chichester. VLeBooks are available though the online Catalogue or via eBooks on the Library Moodle.Proquest Ebook Central
Academic Complete Collection is a collection of more than 115,000 full-text books covering a wide...
The Help website is accessed via help.chi.ac.uk.
It offers guides on topics such as Wi-Fi, email, and accessing resources from off-campus.
To find content you can either search from the homepage or browse the menu.
To access your university email on a mobile device:
Outlook for Android devices
Outlook for iOS devices (iPhone/iPad)
Note: if you’ve already completed your IT account registration via ChiView or on a university computer to get your username e.g. kweb1, and set your password, you can skip to the next page 'Password manager'.
Your personal email address must be correctly registered in ChiView in order for...
Moodle is accessed via moodle.chi.ac.uk.
It is the university's virtual learning environment (VLE) where tutors publish the following:
Your Moodle homepage contains a dashboard with links to resources you may require on a daily basis: email, online storage, Office 365, module information, library resources, University news, support information, and ChiView (your academic record).
The student intranet is housed in the top bar of moodle:
The Student Services, Study Related, Campus Facilities, and Timetables drop down menus (Circled) contain links to:
The Accessibility Tool in Moodle allows you to set the colour scheme, font style, readability and text size in Moodle. These settings apply only to you and do not affect how anyone else views the pages.
There are two ways to open the Accessibility Tool: