In ICT Services, we develop and deliver comprehensive information technology to the University of Lincoln community. We aim to assist students, teaching staff, support departments and collaborative partners with everything related to IT across the campus.
What We Offer
- Accessible PCs and Macs on campus
- Office 365 and personal storage
- A range of course-specific and research software
- Audio Visual Support for:
- Lecture Theatres
- Seminar rooms
- Guest lectures and events
- Printing services across campus
- High-speed Wi-Fi and networks
- Remote Desktop Access
- Application development
- Security Advice
- Face-to-face support
- IT programme and project management services
- Online virtual learning (Blackboard)
- Student support and business systems
How We Can Help
At ICT Services we aim to make it as easy as possible for you to get in touch whatever your needs are.
If you need assistance, you can call us on 01522 886500, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for Service Desk support.
You can visit our website ict.lincoln.ac.uk – for up to date news and information on the services we provide.
If you wish to speak to someone face to face, you can book an appointment via phone or email to come see us on the 1st floor of the Minerva Building. Our team of student technicians will provide you with friendly, professional advice and support.
We have implemented tools such as the Cloud Desktop and other online systems to allow students and staff to access their software and files from anywhere in the world.
Microsoft Office 365 is free for all students and staff, and includes a range of Microsoft Office programs as well as 1Tb of free OneDrive storage.
In addition, all students and staff can log in to eduroam Wi-Fi, which has access points across the globe in higher education institutions as well as public spaces.
We work closely with leading vendors such as Adobe, Microsoft, SPSS and Autodesk to provide you with a range of free and on-campus software.
We are always looking to improve our services to enable our community to fully achieve their potential whilst at the University of Lincoln.