Here’s information about all the IT resources available to you while you study. Learn how to log in to the AUT network, access the internet and WebMail and book a computer in a computer lab. Find out about learning and administrative services like Arion, AUTonline and UniCentral.
If you can’t find what you need in this section, you can call the IT Service Desk on + 64 9 921 9888 or log a job online at http://ithelp.aut.ac.nz.
ICT Services Student Survey Report 2012
ICT Services carried out a survey of students’ views on the ICT provision at the University in July/Aug 2012. We received more than 2.700 responses – so thanks to all of you who took part! Congratulations to the winners of iPad, iPod touch and iPod shuffle.
In order to address both student’s ICT issues and their views on future developments, an action plan is being developed. Students can view the Summary Report by clicking on the link below.
Student ICT Survey 2012 Summary
IT Resources You’ll Use At AUT
Arion is the student database that lets you enrol online for any AUT course, make fee payments, update your personal details and view your academic results.
AUTonline is AUT’s web-based learning environment that lets you access course material, interact with other students and complete assignments online from any location with access to the internet.
eduroam stands for "education roaming". It allows every AUT staff member and student to log on to the eduroam Wi-Fi network at another institution. This allows free, on-demand, secure Wi-Fi network access.
- MyFiles and WebMail
See how you can send and receive messages and files using WebMail and MyFiles.
UniCentral is a single access portal for all your essential IT resources.
Got a wireless computer? Find out how to use it at AUT with UniSurf.
- Computer labs
Learn how to book and use computers at the AUT open access labs.
- IT Service Desk
If you don’t find what you need here, contact the IT Service Desk.
All the information in this section is also available in the Student ICT Essentials that you can look at online or print. See the Student ICT Essentials.
Information And Communication Technology Policy