Four ways to stop your social media past damaging your real-life future
We tend to think of social media like real life. We have a conversation or a thought and then move on – forgetting that in the digital world a copy could be kept forever, unless we take steps to remove it. This guide...
Track changes can be used to lock a document. Any changes made to the document after it has been locked will feature in a list of 'tracked changes' that can be approved or denied. These are similar to comments but will update the original document if approved.
We strongly recommend that you change your University password regularly.
When setting your password, make sure it conforms to the University's password policy:
Please visit the Password manger help page for details of how to reset your password or unlock your account.
Please visit the Password manger help page for details of how to unlock your account or reset your password.
If you are the account manager and know the password you can access the generic account in a web browser using the following steps:
1. Visit http://mail.chi.ac.uk, or click on any email link on the University website
2. Input the username and password of the resource account. The...
Non-academic information is accessed through Moodle via the Student Services, Study Related, Campus Facilities, and Timetables options in the top horizontal menu
Log in to Moodle with your University username (e.g. cweb1) and password.Staff
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A blog consists of diary-style text entries or posts, for this we use WordPress. Usually posts are displayed most recent first, at the top of the page. There are a number of educational uses for blogs such as posting work, reflective writing, class discussion, online diary of development,...
According to a recent survey, most students have only met half of their Facebook contacts, and consider only 25% or less as close friends. But they still share personal information on their page.