Digital learning tools

There are various digital resources available to help you with your studies.

You can find lots of information on the digital learning tools that are available to you on the Information Services webpages.

Guidance on digital learning tools

Technology and equipment guidance  

To support any studying you'll need to do digitally, we've created some guidance on the sort of technology and equipment you may need.

Technology and equipment guidance  

Accessing University WiFi and using an ethernet cable

If you are having problems accessing the University WiFi in student accommodation, or need access using an ethernet cable, please read the advice and support on our Information Services webpages below:

Resolving WiFi and ethernet issues

Online tools

Overview of MyEd Portal

MyEd is the University of Edinburgh's web portal. It is a gateway to web-based services within and beyond the University and offers a personalised set of content with single sign-on to key University services such as Learn and email.

Go to MyEd Portal


EUCLID is the University's student record system and you can access your record through MyEd.

Go to MyEd Portal


The Learn virtual learning environment can be launched through MyEd.

Go to MyEd Portal


Path is a visual course selection and programme builder tool, created by students to enhance the resources available on course choice.  Path allows students to consider their degree pathway, review outside course choices, understand pre-/co-requisites and generate a timetable.

Find out more about Path

Timetabling information and services for students

There is a range of timetable information and services that you can access via the T@Ed Portal in MyEd.  This service includes the delivery of a personalised timetable service confirming all scheduled lecture sessions.  You can access timetable information by logging into MyEd and selecting the Services tab and then T@Ed Portal.

Online Official Documents

Edinburgh Electronic Document Service delivers current students and recent graduates documents for their intended recipients in a secure electronic format. For example: Bank letters, council tax letters, Certificates of Matriculation,and qualifications.

The University of Edinburgh Electronic Document Service


Find print and online Library resources, including books, eJournal articles, ebooks and more

Computing and printing services

Open-access computers, computer availability, and how to use print services

Digital Safety and Citizenship

As a member of the University of Edinburgh community, we expect you to use our technology and online services responsibly and treating others with dignity and respect.

Find out how you can be a Digital Citizen

Other useful links

Library opening hours

Link to Information Services website

Contact the IS helpline