Go to http://learn.solent.ac.uk/ and login using your normal University login and password.
More information about your University login can be found on the Portal Username and Passwords. If you have forgotten your password, visit the Portal page Password Self Service.
After logging in, you will then see your Solent Online Learning homepage. This page displays the course and unit pages that you are subscribed to. You should be automatically subscribed to the right sites on Solent Online Learning. Click on the names to access them. If you do not have access to a required unit, please contact your lecturer or the Student Hub in the first instance, and if they are unsure ask them to contact Student Records.
Please note: Some units or sites may not appear until the morning following your first log in. If you still aren't seeing every unit you expect to after this short delay, please contact the Student Hub.
Logging in from home
You can login from home. Just go to http://learn.solent.ac.uk/ as normal. If you have problems when accessing Solent Online Learning from home, check your 'Security Settings' and make sure that 'Cookies are enabled'. Solent Online Learning also uses pop-up windows to display some resources - if you can't see some resources, make sure that your browser is not blocking these pop-ups.
Last years unit pages
It is not possible to remove yourself from last units. There are two reasons:
- Any assignments that have been submitted online are linked to these unit pages. Removing the units from your profile will break links to assignments and make it difficult to recover them for the purposes revision, auditing or if you wish to make an appeal.
- You may wish to continue to access previous year's units for reference or revision later on in your course. Last year's units should have dropped to the bottom of your Solent Online Learning home page, and will be defined by the academic year.
Some areas on Solent Online Learning are password-protected – these are indicated with a key icon. If you are asked to enter an enrolment key, you will need to ask the lecturer for the password. Once you have entered the password once, you will not be asked to enter it again as you will 'subscribed' to that page.