This page is mainly written with students in mind. As well as your Bath Spa username and password, if you're logging in to a site and the site asks for a domain name - use the word 'academic'. If logging in doesn't work, here's more help
Email has changed, here's login information for Bath Spa Gmail
You'll see a dialogue box as follows:
If the 'Password' dialogue only has two lines, use the domain name like this:
... type the word 'academic' before your username and check that it is separated from your user name by a backslash ( \ ) as in the graphic to the left.
Use just your username and password for these - no need for the domain 'academic'. For 'Eduroam' though, you need your username with
@bathspa.ac.uk appended - to tell eduroam's login mechanism your home institution.
Collect a PIN from the library issue desk. Log in using your University student number and the PIN for a password.
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