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In your hall room you have access to both wifi and the wired service (Hallnet) to access the internet using your own devices. Including games consoles.
In addition Paul Kent, Crescent and Clive Booth each have their own computer room.
Read more about Hallnet at
At Brookes we offer two free wifi options to University staff, students and guests.
Brookes WiFi is our guest wifi service available across all campuses and most halls of residence. You will be provided with the password once on site.
eduroam is the world-wide roaming access service that allows students, researchers and staff to obtain internet connectivity across campus and when visiting participating institutions, like other Universities around the world and hospitals.
It is provided by JISC using their Janet network and you will need your Brookes email address and password.
Find out more about wifi at
All students are automatically assigned a computer 'user' account on completion of enrolment, and will have access to all IT services shortly afterwards.
New staff can activate their user account as soon as they have their University password, given face-to-face on day 1.
For more information visit
There are over 1000 open access PCs available in computer rooms, libraries, social learning spaces, foyers and halls across all the campuses.
A typical PC room has 20-30 PCs and a local high quality printer. A number of rooms are open 24 hours a day, throughout most of the year.
to identify available computers. This is a web app - so we suggest you create a shortcut to your mobile home screen.
for more information.
All desktop computers are currently running Windows 10 and Microsoft Office 2016. There is also a comprehensive range of other software.
Over 200 different applications are available on Oxford Brookes PCs using the portal AppsAnywhere. You can access the portal from the main Windows 10 start menu.
Each student or staff member receives a Brookes G-Suite account once you have enrolled or arrived for your first day.
Brookes G-Suite gives you unlimited document storage in Google Drive, email, Calendar/timetable, Sheets (spreadsheets) , Slides (presentation slides), Hangout/Chat (video and instant messaging) and other Google software.
The University will use this account to communicate with you so please ensure you regularly monitor your account.
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Students and staff can send their print to any of the multi-functional printers/scanners/copiers found across all campuses. You just need your ID card to log in and to have added some money to your printing account.
You will also find local printers in the PC rooms.
Brookes Print is a print shop on campus that provides colour printing and binding services. Visit /brookes-print/ for more information.
For more information about printing visit
Google Chromebooks can be borrowed for 4 hours, free of charge, from the self-service cabinets in JHBB forum, Headington and MRG44, Marston Road or from Libraries and receptions on the other campuses in Oxford and Swindon. You will require your
Brookes Hire provides a number of Windows 7 laptop computers for loan. There may be a charge for this service, depending on the period of hire. Projectors, cameras and other AV kit are also available to hire. Visit https://bookit.brookes.ac.uk/ for more information.
The IT Service Desk staff will be able to assist you or direct you to specialist advice:
Once you have completed your course, students have extended access to the following Brookes systems:
You may also want to take information from your Google account with you. The following link explains how to keep emails, Contacts, Calendars and Drive documents when you leave Brookes