AppHub is now AppsAnywhere

AppHub is now upgraded to AppsAnywhere on managed desktops. AppsAnywhere is our new app store for accessing software on any PC, anywhere on campus. Using AppsAnywhere frees up space on your computer, thereby optimising performance. It also makes updating apps and applying bug fixes quicker and more efficient. AppsAnywhere is very easy to use. Click on the ‘AppsAnywhere’ desktop or menu shortcut, visit AppsAnywhere.shu.ac.uk on…

Improvements to shuspace

Following last weekend’s Blackboard upgrade, a refresh of shuspace is now underway.  You may have noticed some of the changes already, others are still in the process of being implemented and are expected to be finished by the end of the week. This refresh has been driven by student feedback on shuspace which highlighted a need…

Survey on shuspace

We’d like to find out what you think about shuspace and how we can improve it. We’ve made a survey at https://shu.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/shuspace-student-survey to get your views. It will take about 5 minutes to complete. The survey will close on Friday, 12 May. Thanks for your time!  

Did you know about AppHub?

At Sheffield Hallam University, there’s now a new way to access software. We’ve launched AppHub, a platform that gives you access to a range of applications that you can launch as you use them. To use AppHub, launch the app from a university PC or laptop. You can browse through the apps or use the search…

APA Referencing system: What to do if there are multiple authors?

Your in-text citations and full references should look like this: One author Reference list: Philips, D. (2006). Quality of life: concept, policy and practice. London: Routledge In-text citation: Philips (2006) states… Two authors Reference list: Kimball, R. & Ross, M. (2002). The data warehouse toolkit: The complete guide to dimensional modelling. New York: Wiley. In-text citation: Kimball and Ross…