Student Learning Portal
The Student Learning Portal is a gateway to information and links about the IT platforms we use here in AIT. Whether it's finding out about the teaching and learning platforms we use (Moodle, Zoom and Office 365) or accessing support when you have an IT issue, we hope that you will find the information here. Don't forget to check out the student discounts information too!
Student Guide to Assessments
All the information you need relating to end of semester assessments can be found on the Guide to Alternative Assessments - Student Guide - Subject & Study Guides at TUS (Athlone) Library (libguides.com). Make sure to check it regularly, so that you have the most up to date information.
Learning Support Hub on Moodle
You will find information about all the supports that AIT can offer to help you learn. Whether it's contact details for our Business, Maths or Science Tutors, links to the different support units in the institute or access to free certified Microsoft Training, to develop your skills, the Learning Support Hub has the most up to date and relevant information for you. Note: you will need to log in to Moodle to access the page, which is also visible from your dashboard.
IT support is available to AIT students on matters such as student passwords & multi-factor authentication (MFA) settings. Unfortunately IT support cannot be provided for issues that are related to your IT setup at home e.g. your laptop or your home Internet connection. IT assistance for non-home related issues can be requested by completing the Student Helpdesk form. Note, for students who have forgotten their passwords, if you have registered for MFA (most students have), it is possible to change your password yourself – see the guide at the bottom of this webpage entitled “What to do if you forget your password” – this is the quickest way to get back into your account.
Moodle: our virtual learning environment
Moodle is where you will find material for your classes, coursework and assessments.
You can also access information about student supports in our Student Learning Hub, as well as information about other supports in the TU such as our Student Resource Centre, our Counselling Service and our Library.
Zoom: our live, online teaching platform
To deliver our online classes we use the popular online meeting platform, Zoom, which allows us to provide engaging sessions using its many features. Your lecturers will share the links for your online class with you via Moodle or Email. All TUS students have their own Zoom account, so you can organise meetings for group projects, etc. You should access Zoom through your Office 365 account.
Microsoft Office 365: a suite of tools to help you learn
All our students have access to the Microsoft Office 365 suite of tools. These include MS Word, MS Powerpoint and MS Outlook, amongst others. You also have considerable storage facilities with MS OneDrive. TUS also offers registered students the opportunity to develop their skills in MS Office with free certified training. See link below to access this.