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  • Tue 26 Aug 2014 15:30

    On Friday 29th August IMT will be decommissioning the lsesecure wireless network service. Users will no longer be able to connect to lsesecure.

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    What wireless network should I connect to instead?

    Users should connect to eduroam, the wireless network available for LSE staff and students. eduroam is available across campus including in major lecture theatres, the Library and public areas. eduroam has a wide range of benefits including better connectivity and the ability to seamlessly access WiFi wherever eduroam is available, including at many other higher education institutions across the UK and even overseas.

    Why is this happening?

    IMT is working to upgrade the School’s internet connection to one that is faster, has more capacity and more security. lsebasic, another older wireless network, has already been decommissioned. Removing lsesecure completes the streamlining of the wireless service. This allows IMT to continue to make improvements to eduroam, a newer and more secure wireless network which is already in use across the School.

    What about The Cloud?

    The Cloud is an open access WiFi network available on campus, but only intended to be used by guests at public events and visitors who do not have LSE network accounts. IMT recommends that LSE staff and students use eduroam for a smoother WiFi experience.

    How do I connect to eduroam?

    Enable WiFi on your device, make sure you are at an area on campus with coverage and choose eduroam as your wireless network. Sign in using your LSE email address and LSE password. For more detailed guidance, see lse.ac.uk/imt/eduroam.

    What should I do if I experience technical difficulties?

    Some devices may automatically default to using The Cloud. If you are experiencing problems with WiFi, please check if your device is connected to eduroam.

    If you need assistance connecting to eduroam, contact the IT Service Desk:

    Email: it.servicedesk@lse.ac.uk 

    Phone: 020 7107 5000 (extension 5000) 

    You can also visit the Walk-In Centre for assistance. The Walk-In Centre is on the first floor of St Clement’s, S.198 and is open from 9.30am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday.

  • Fri 22 Aug 2014 12:04

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    Orientation Week is all about finding your feet, getting involved, making friends and feeling at ease about the coming year. Whether you’re a new student or not, it’s the best way to kick things off.

    Our amazing schedule of events lets you do just that. The action starts in early September and continues far beyond…

    Our special highlight will be a huge welcome event on the 29th September – but that’s in addition to pizza parties for students living at home, tea parties for international students, coffee mornings for students with children, opportunities for you to meet this year’s Sabbatical Officers and so much more.

    More details will be coming soon, so keep an eye out for them here.

    Can’t wait? Nor can we!

  • Thu 21 Aug 2014 14:00

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    Access arrangements on the main School campus on Monday 25th August

    Undergraduate students

    Except for the LSE Library, there will be no access for undergraduate students to any other LSE building.

    Postgraduate students

    Based on their current level of access, postgraduates will be able to gain entry to School buildings between 8am - 7pm on production/use of the LSE ID card.

    LSE Library opening hours

    The LSE Library will be open from 11am-10pm.

    Emergencies

    Emergencies will be dealt with by a team of Security staff on duty at the Old Building reception desk, Houghton Street. You can also contact Security by calling 020 7955 6555.

    Halls of Residences

    Halls of Residences are open throughout with staff cover as normal over the closure period.

    Bankside, High Holborn, Grosvenor and Northumberland Houses are all open for vacation visitors as well as the three halls in the north - Rosebery, Passfield and Carr Saunders.

    Single rates start at £45 B&B, twins and doubles from £60 B&B - staff and students get a 10% discount. Book online