The University provides a range of IT facilities to
help you with your studies. This includes extensive computer
provision, wireless Internet, information on discounted
software, Live@edu email, equipment for disabled students, and
dedicated staff giving you all the support you
The University's web based Virtual
Learning Environment, WOLF (Wolverhampton Online Learning
Framework), is a key system used by students and staff to support
learning in almost every subject area, making the University a
leader in online learning.
The University provides one of the largest wireless
networks in UK Higher Education, allowing students and
staff remote access to the Internet across all its campuses.
Our e:Vision information gateway allows University
students and staff to perform a variety of essential tasks, such as
tracking application progress, enrolling, and checking module
The University's ePortfolio system - called PebblePad - allows
students to record skills, events and achievements throughout their
There are around 2,500 computers across the University for
students to use in School computer labs, Learning Centres and
Social Learning Spaces - each with access to the standard Microsoft
software and all with Internet access.
Find out about our extensive computer provision.
The University uses a network based software package called
PCounter which allows you to send prints to any nearby network
printer. Every student has a PCounter account, which you can top up
with cash or using a debit/credit card online.
For more information, including locations of the PCounter cash
machines, please visit www.wlv.ac.uk/pcounter, (opens
in a new window).
Pay tuition and accommodation fees online with our ePayment system.
Visit our Academic Schools for details of further computer
hardware and software provision in your subject area.
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