Below are some links and resources to help settling in to remote working.

Oxford University IT Learning Centre

A great place to start:

Learning new skills (login to LinkedIn Learning first)

Want to improve your personal productivity or learn new skills? – Getting Started with LinkedIn Learning

You MUST be signed in to LinkedIn Learning BEFORE going to the links below otherwise you will get 404 Page not found!

Microsoft Teams

Apple and Microsoft products – HE discounts

  • Available to students and staff with University email account
  • Higher Education discounts on Apple and Microsoft products –
  • Apple student discounts via their portal – UNiDAYS

Chorus Phones

  • From the Chorus handset you can configure your number to be forwarded to your home or mobile number
  • If you are away from your handset then it is possible to setup a forward remotely, however, the feature must be enabled on the extension by the Chorus team before you can use it.


Are you sitting comfortably?

It is going to be difficult to get the correct sitting position when working from home on a borrowed laptop when you don’t have a dedicated space. Below is the ideal environment – but not everyone will have the luxury of a dedicated working study desk at home.

Practical Tips for Remote Working

Here are a few tips you can use to make remote working a little easier on yourself.

Other useful guides

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