Students : Information and communication technologies
Information and communication technologies
Information and communication technologies are the foundations for building an outward-looking international community rooted in respect, sustainability and multiculturalism.
Information and communication technologies are becoming a key part of both everyday life and educational programmes. At ESCI-UPF we make the most of these resources to boost learning. The ESCI-UPF university community can access our 24-hour online tools to check contents, send and correct work, do exercises, check scorecards and even contact teams in the same class or in groups spanning different areas.
The university community can also access other services linked to the ICT Department, including technical support for solving day-to-day internal problems (eduroam, printing services, use of IT equipment, etc.) and free connection to the internet and the ESCI-UPF intranet.
Go to the following link o install the Office suite.
You need to register to activate your account, using your ESCI-UPF email address. You’ll then be able to log in with your email.
You’ll be taken to the portal where you can down the Office suite by clicking ”Install Office 2016”, which will download a setup to install it on your computer.
Double-click the setup, accept the installation and follow the instructions until you can open Office.
EDUROAM Wi-Fi: the same username and password as for Aul@-ESCI
ESCI-UPF Wi-Fi: the username and password were included in the letter you were given on the first day (if you didn’t receive it, contact email@example.com)
The library printer is connected to all the computers in the library. Simply bring along the necessary sheets of paper and select the “Print” option once you have downloaded the document you want to print. Select the appropriate options for each case (number of copies, single or double sided, etc.).
Students have access to the ESCI-UPF intranet (AulaESCI), where all official communications are posted. The AulaESCI section is the place where lecturers and students can interact, post course materials, open forums, take part in debates and engage in teaching and learning activities.