Once you are registered for your course/module, your Campus Account will be activated. 
Your Campus Account provides access (by username and password) for:
•   College WiFi (eduroam)
•   Email (Office 365)
•   Moodle (e-learning platform)
•   Library (St. Angela's College and NUI Galway)
•   Registration (including updating details)
•   PC Suites
•   Printing
•   Examination Results   

College WiFi (eduroam)

What is eduroam?
eduroam is a service that allows roaming research and educational users to more easily obtain wireless network access at participating sites. When attaching to the eduroam wireless network at the visited site users will be prompted to authenticate and should provide the credentials that they use at their home site. The user is then authenticated against an authentication server at their home site, and if authentication succeeds the user is granted wireless network access.
Further information on eduroam is available from the national eduroam site for Ireland, which identifies eduroam sites in Ireland, and from the central eduroam service website, which identifies eduroam sites worldwide. See www.eduroam.ie/ for more information on member sites.

Who can use the service?
St. Angela’s College is a full eduroam participant offering both:
•   A service for St. Angela’s staff/students wishing to use eduroam in other eduroam enabled institutions
•   A service to visitors to St. Angela’s from other eduroam enabled institutions who wish to connect to the St. Angela’s wireless network.

Visitors to St. Angela’s College:
Visitors must have their wireless clients configured to use WPA2 with AES encryption and have tested their authentication before arriving onsite. The ICT Help Desk does not provide support for visitors client configuration and visitors must contact their home institution for support.

St. Angela’s College Students and Staff:
The configuration has been tested and is supported on
•   Windows 10
•   Windows 8
•   Windows 7
•   iphone and ipad
•   Android
Window XP is no longer supported

The following are the details that you may need in order to verify compatibility of your wireless device, and to configure your wireless client to avail of the eduroam service on our campus:
Wireless network name (SSID): eduroam

Encryption levels supported:
•   AES (some wireless clients list this as an option under "WPA2" or "WPA2 Enterprise")
•   TKIP (some wireless clients list this as an option under "WPA" or "WPA Enterprise")

Authentication details:
Log-in credentials will be the same username/password as created for registration purposes. In addition to knowing your credentials, you may also need to explicitly configure your wireless client to allow your credentials to be conveyed securely to your home site. If any such configuration is needed, the relevant details are provided by your home site.

For St. Angela’s College Users only (Students and Staff):
To access eduroam you must enter your full domain name with your user ID
eg. studentnumber@stangelas.nuigalway.ie or staffname@stangelas.nuigalway.ie
Password hint:   begins with zZ_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (unless you have changed your password)

Click Here to download the following document to allow windows connect automatically to eduroam.

Click Here to download the following document to manually configure eduroam.

Email (Office 365)

You can access you Email Account here 
 
Your default email credentials are:
Username:         studentID@stangelas.nuigalway.ie
Password hint:   begins with zZ_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (unless you have changed your password)

For instructions on setting up your mobile device to your email account, please see FAQ's

 (e-learning platform)

Moodle is the College's Learning Management System (LMS) which allows for the sharing of learning materials, downloading of assignments and is another effective form of communication between students and academic staff. For access, click  

Your default Moodle credentials are:
Username:         studentID#
Password hint:   begins with zZ_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (unless you have changed your password)

Library (St. Angela's College and NUI Galway)

Click here for the McKeown Library and Academic Writing Centre at St. Angela’s College

Your default library credentials for Heritage Cirqa Online (St. Angela's College) are:

Username:         studentID#
Password hint:   begins with zZ_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (unless you have changed your password)

As a registered student at St. Angela’s College, you will automatically be a registered student at NUI Galway.  
In order to access the NUI Galway library facility, you must first activate your Campus Account Self Service (CASS) Account. 
Further information here

Registration (including updating details)

You may update details such as home address, phone number, etc at any time by logging into Registration and Registration Updating 
***Please note your password credentials for Registration Updating and Examinations Results are different to used for eduroam, email, library, etc***

Your default Registration Updating credentials are:
Username:         studentID#
Password hint:   _ _ _ _ x y _ _ _ _

Please ensure all required fields are complete and confirm registration by checking tick-boxes at the bottom of the page.

PC Suites

Your default PC access on campus credentials are:
Username:         studentID#
Password hint:   begins with zZ_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (unless you have changed your password)

Printing and Photocopying

Once logged onto a PC, students have access to the printers and just require normal log-in credentials to access print jobs queued on the devices

Examination Results 

For those whose results are published online, you may access them here
***Please note your password credentials for Registration Updating and Examinations Results are different to used for eduroam, email, library, etc***

Your default Examination Results credentials are:
Username:         studentID#
Password hint:   _ _ _ _ x y _ _ _ _

How to order a Student Poster

  1. Create a folder on your reserved Z drive called AVTECH (your H drive is available on any of the Campus computers in any of the Computer Labs)
  2. Make your poster in either Word or Powerpoint (no other format will be accepted!)
    ENSURE PAGE SIZE IS A4 SIZE BEFORE YOU BEGIN
  3. Save your created poster to the folder you created - i.e. (AVTECH)
  4. Complete the order form available from outside the AV Technician's Office
    (Located on the middle floor of Aras Malachy - Room Number: 52)
    Only A1 posters can be created and ordered or A0 following clear instruction from your tutor/lecturer
  5. Submit completed order form and full payment to the AV Technician
  6. Depending on demand allow approximately 10 days for your order to be processed (if your order is in connection with an assignment a closing date will already have been defined) - it may be quicker but depends on the level of demand at the time.

What Equipment is available for Microteaching and how do I obtain it?

>>> DEPOSIT OF €10.00 REQUIRED <<<

The following items are available from the AV Technician and all items must be returned once the microteaching session is complete to receive your €10.00 deposit back

  • Flipchart Pad - Non-return cost: €5.00
  • Whiteboard Markers - Four Colours (red, green, blue and black) - Non-return cost: €1.25 per marker
    (Students must supply their own whiteboard wipe/cloth)

Other Items available on request that you may require:

  • A Clicker - this is the item used to remotely move forward and back slides in a Powerpoint Presentation - this can be collected on the morning of the Microteaching session AND MUST be returned to the AV Technician as soon as the session is complete
  • Mini Whiteboards - 11 boards are currently available and can be reserved with the AV Technician - this is on a first come, first serve basis
  • Medium Whiteboards - 6 boards are currently available and can be reserved with the AV Technician - this is on a first come, first serve basis
  • Document Camera/Visualizer (standard in the room in Áras Michael) - available on request for those using the Microteaching Room.
  • Speakers - (standard in the room in Áras Michael) - available on request for those using the Microteaching Room.

All rooms have Data Projectors and in the case of the Microteaching Room in Áras Malachy it is advisable that students use their own laptop.

It is the responsibility to each student to be familiar with all equipment they intend on using during their session. If help is required please contact the AV Technician well in advance of your session taking place.

The AV Technician's Office is located on the middle floor of Áras Malachy - Room Number: 52.