Contact eLearning

 

eLearning Helpdesk  Email | Phone
eLearning Support Services  Face to Face eLearning and Drop-in Support Sessions
Offices  Address | How to find us within the Sackville Street Building
School Strategic Contacts  Academic Champions for eLearning (ACes)

eLearning Helpdesk

The eLearning team will answer queries, provide advice and resolve problems for academic and administrative staff.

Email

For all eLearning related queries or questions, please email elearning@manchester.ac.uk. This will forward your email to the Virtual Service Desk, please note that this system will not allow attachments so please make sure that all information is contained in the body of the message.

Phone

Virtual Service Desk on 65544

eLearning Support Services

Face to Face eLearning and Drop-in Support Sessions

We offer a responsive face to face eLearning support service, which can be obtained by emailing the EPS eLearning team on elearning@manchester.ac.uk and making an appointment. Or by phoning Virtual Service Desk on 65544 or visiting the eLearning Lounge in Room C55 Sackville Street Building.

Offices

Address

We can be found at the following location:

Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences eLearning Group,
Room C55, Sackville Street Building,
The University of Manchester,
Sackville Street,
Manchester,
M13 9PL, UK

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How to find us within the Sackville Street Building

1. Enter the Sackville Street Building via the Granby Row entrance and take the stairs or lift upto C-floor.
2. If you took the stairs, turn left, if you took the lift, turn right and walk down the long corridor. Room C55 is about half-way down.

School Strategic Contacts

Academic Champions for eLearning (ACes).
List of contacts and responsibilities of School ACes(Can only be accessed on the University of Manchester network)

About the Author

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