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Welcome to GMIT

Below you will find information about many of the IT resources available to you as a student at GMIT. There are a number of short videos and a Quick Start Guide which should help you get started. For more detailed information login to the student website (student.gmit.ie).

Coronavirus

GMIT will be closed until 19 April, 2020 in line with the advice of the National Public Health Emergency Team. 

Physical classes will not be held during this closure.

GMIT campuses and buildings will remain open to essential staff only

Please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for students, and also check our Coronavirus advice and resources pages for further information. 

The safety and wellbeing of our community is our priority. We continue to follow the advice of the HSE, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and Department of Education and Skills about ongoing protective measures against the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Logging in for the first time

  • You will need a username and password to login, your login details will have been sent to the mobile phone and email address you provide at registration.
  • The first time you login, you will be asked to setup your password reset options (email address, mobile number, security questions) and Multi Factor Authentication MFA (mobile number, authenticator app) This is in order to secure your account and GMITs network, and to provide you with options to reset and unlock your account in the future. Please watch both videos before logging in for the first time.

To find out how to login for the first time click HERE

To find out how to setup Multi Factor Authentication (MFA) click HERE

Enrol on a Learnonline course

GMITs Learning Managment System is called Learnonline. Learnonline is used to deliver course material and carry out assessments, it can be accessed from any location through the Student Website.

You will need to enrol yourself on your Learnonline courses at the beginning of the year, the short video below will show you how to do this.

There are a number of courses which have been created for all students at GMIT such as "Moodle for Students" and "Office365" feel free to enrol yourself on both.

To find out how to enrol on a learnonline course click HERE.

GMIT WiFi

There are two WiFi networks available in GMIT

Eduroam: The recommended WiFi for staff and students is Eduroam. Login using your GMIT email address and password.

To find out how to connect to Eduroam click on your operating system. Windows, Apple, Android

Guest: Short term visitors and affiliates should use the Guest WiFi. You will be asked to provide a mobile phone number and your account details will be text to you and your login will be active for 48 hours. 

To find out how to connect to the Guest WiFi click HERE

Install Microsoft Office 365

All registered GMIT students can install Office365 on up to 5 devices at no cost. Simply login to the Student Website and follow the download instructions on the home page.

Your GMIT account allows you to download and install the latest version of Office desktop applications as well as Apple and Android editions of Office Mobile.

For more information click HERE

Download the IT Info Quick Start Guide.

If you wish to learn more about the various IT services and tools available to GMIT students, you can view or download a useful Quick Start Guide below.

Download the IT Info - Quick Start Guide HERE

General Notice Board

Information

OVERDUE FEES

Access to IT and Library facilities has been restricted where fees are overdue.

Pay Fees online at: http://wfs.gmit.ie

Contact: feecollection@gmit.ie

Login Details

 

  • To access GMIT resources you must be registered for the 2019/20 academic year.
  • Further information on registration and the payment of fees is available HERE
  • Once registered, new students will have their login details sent to the mobile phone and E-mail address provided at registration.
  • If you have forgotten or would like to change your password, you can do so at password.gmit.ie 
  • If you are having difficulties logging in you will find further information HERE
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