- Digital Learning
- Resources for new students
Welcome to Leeds University Business School!
While studying here it is expected that you will use technology in a variety of ways. The information on this page provides an overview of some helpful resources.
The IT induction has been designed to give you all the information you need to make the most of the IT facilities here at the University of Leeds. There are four short modules, each will take only a few minutes to complete.
Visit the IT Induction webpages.
WIFI at the University of Leeds is called ‘Eduroam’. The University of Leeds IT webpages will help you connect your different devices (laptops, smartphones) to the network.
Visit the IT Eduroam webpages.
Minerva is the University of Leeds’ virtual learning environment. It gives you easy access to all your learning resources and links to essential services such as your email, timetable and much more.
Learn more by completing the ‘Navigating Minerva’ online tutorial.
The University of Leeds has produced a range of interactive online learning materials, which will help you to develop a range of digital skills to support your learning and boost your employability.
View the full list of contents and work through the materials on the pages for Studying in a Digital Age.
Access the full A-Z of supported software at the University of Leeds, and learn more about the key applications that you will use more commonly at Leeds University Business School – such as Minerva, Office 365, FT.com and LinkedIn Learning.
View the Digital Tools page for more information.
Skills@Library supports taught students to develop academic skills, within the curriculum and through online resources, workshops, 1-2-1 appointments and drop-in sessions.
Find out more on the Leeds University Library webpages.
The pages in the Digital Learning section of this website been devised by the LUBS Enhancement and Innovation Team and are available under creative commons for you to adapt.
Digital Learning by LUBS Enhancement and Innovation Team is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0.
Last updated October 2020.