As most of your learning this semester will take place online, it is important you are able to get online and feel comfortable using the different systems you will be using. This page contains helpful guides and links to help you study remotely, and some details of who to contact if you are having any difficulties. Just because you will be studying off campus, you still have the full support of college staff and there are a number of people here to help you get started and settle in at Fife College. 

Guides

Accessing Office 365   

Accessing MyDesktop 

Accessing Microsoft Teams

Accessing your Student Portal 

Accessing the Portal on -

https://my.fife.ac.uk

 or by clicking the button below.

Depending on the web browser you are using, you may be asked to provide your username and password for your student account.  The format of your username is <STUDENT ID>@fife.ac.uk, e.g. 1234567@fife.ac.uk.  Your password is the password that you used to login to the college PC.

Access the portal

Quick links

iLearn

MyDesktop

Office 365 (Outlook, Onedrive, Teams etc

If you have any difficulty accessing college services remotely, please contact digital@fife.ac.uk or call 01592 22 3333

Online learning resources

Did you know that you can access a number of online learning resources to support your studies?

Due to the current circumstances, students are unable to access the same resources as they would normally.  This has resulted in many of the online support resources that you would normally need to pay to access are free and available for you to use to support your studies.

You can now access resources such as Jisc and JSTOR without having to pay for a subscription. This will give you access to a large number of journals, e-books and other educational content. The British Library and National Library of Scotland also have significant digital collections.

BBC Bitesize also offer great resources for core learning, school and high school level study.