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William Angliss Institute provides on-campus and online learning support services to help access your coursework.

 

Access myWAI Student Portal

myWAI is your gateway to Angliss. From here you can access moodle (Angliss's Learning Management System) where all your course content and announcements are available. To access myWAI, you'll need to have already set up your initial password.

Moodle is your online Learning Management System. Your teacher/lecturer will store information about your subjects on Moodle. You will need to access Moodle to obtain your Subject Outline and information about the assessment requirements of your subjects.

You won't be able to access myWAI/moodle if you have overdue fees. For troubleshooting enquiries, please visit the Learning Resource Centre (LRC) (Building C, Ground Floor) or contact E-Learning Support Unit (ESU).

 

Activate your myAngliss email

Your student email is free, simple to use, and accessible everywhere! Your email is made up of your student ID (eg: if your student ID is ang12345678, your email is ang12345678@myangliss.edu.au).

To active your email, you can login using the following details:

Username
The 'Username' is your student email, as above (eg: ang12345678@myangliss.edu.au or 12345678@myangliss.edu.au).

Password
Your password is the same as your myWAI student portal password.

You can also set up auto-forwarding from your student email to your preferred personal email address.

 

Accessing the Wi-fi

myWireless is William Angliss Institute’s wireless network service, available to current students of the Institute. Laptops and some mobile devices can be configured to access the wireless network.

Connect to network
WAI-BYOD

Username
myangliss\student number (example: myangliss\12345678)

Password
Your network password

Students will have a download limit of 500Mbytes (per day) at high speed, to ensure everyone gets a fair go.

 

Access to on-campus computers

Students have access to approximately 100 computers in the Learning Resource Centre (LRC) with a variety of applications available via their desktop.

Computers in the LRC are intended for educational purposes. There is a computer booking system which enables bookings of a computer up to 7 days ahead.

All currently enrolled students will be issued with an individual login account and password to access the computing facilities.

 

Printing and copying

The LRC has 3 Multi-Functional devices (MFDs) which will print in colour or black and white, and can also photocopy, scan, double side print, staple and hole punch documents. 

You can scan and save PDFs directly to a USB; or print TIFF, JPEG or PDFs from a USB. A student card with monied value on it is still required to print. There are vending machines located in the LRC for you to upload value to your card.