IT in MIC

Welcome to MISU

 

Giving you a voice, helping you to use it, enriching your college experience

I.T. in MIC 1

 

 

For all information on exactly where to find your College Email, logging in to Moodle (where most of your lecture notes and module information is), connecting to WiFi while on campus and topping up your print card, click here.

 Top I.T. tips

 

  • Use the Student Portal -  it is a lifesaver for all your I.T. sites and any online forms or applications you'll need during your time in MIC. You can log in to the Student Portal here - using the same log in information that you would use for Wifi or your email. It's full of information about I.T., as well as information for supports and services for you. 
  • Log in to your Student Email through the Student Portal especially when you're starting out in MIC. You will be able to access more than your email here - while you are a student, you have access to all Microsoft programmes, including Word, Powerpoint and Excel through your student log in!
  • Learn how to use Moodle - it's a great place to start, you'll need it for most (if not all!) of your modules.  Moodle is also where you'll upload your assignments and coursework to Turn It In (a site lecturers use to check students’ work for plagiarism i.e. copying/cheating).
  • Know how to access the LAN - www.lan.mic.ul.ie                                                                   
  • I.T. in MIC LAN
  • If you need more resources such as any Assistive Technology (tech which helps you perform a task easier), please get in contact with the ICT Helpdesk by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . 
  • Get more help or information while we are always more than happy to help in MISU, if you are having an I.T. issue or query, the ICT Helpdesk is a great resource and service.  You can contact them by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or calling 061 - 774 777.

 

Computer Labs

On the Limerick Campus, these are located in rooms G33-G36 in the Foundation Building. Quiet room located in G36.
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-9pm, and Sat 9am-5pm.

 

On the Thurles Campus, they are located next to the Library in room 222.

Opening Hours: Mon-Thurs 9am-9pm, Fri 9am-5pm and Sat 12pm-3pm.