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How can I access my course file?

Usually, it has already been arranged that lecturers are able to access their course file from their workplace. The course files is an network shared disk which can be attached on campus or with use of VPN in the following ways:


At ‘File Explorer’, choose the option ‘Map Network Drive’, and type in file:// and pick your drive letter of choice. By doing so, you will link up the network disk to your local computer. The next options are also possible to get a more limited set of courses:

General file://
Biology file://
Computing Science and Information Science file://
Isis file://
Molecular Life Sciences file://
Mathematics and Physics & Astronomy file://


Courses with the codes NWI-Bx and -TWM: file://
Courses with the codes NWI-fxxx and -GCSE: file://
Courses with the code NWI-Ixxx: file://
Courses with the codes NWI-MOL and -SM: file://
Courses with the code NWI-Nx: file://

Off-campus, you must use VPN to attach the network drive. Linux users have the alternative to login with ‘ssh’ on the Science loginserver lilo, followed by a cd to /vol/cursusdossiers.