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OneDrive

Store all of your university work and study files in the cloud and access from any device

OneDrive is for storing your work or study files. 

All staff and students have 1TB of space in OneDrive. The beauty of OneDrive is that you can access it from any device so you have access to your files from anywhere with an internet connection. You can create files in OneDrive and thereafter all of your changes will be saved back safely to the cloud so you won't lose your changes. For projects and group work, make use of the online collaboration features of Office Online (Word, excel, powerpoint etc) and edit documents in real time as a group.

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  • How to access OneDrive

    Web browser: 

    Staff: login to the University portal and click on the Office365 icon on the portal homepage (orange cloud),  if asked to login enter your university email address - enter it in the format username@stir.ac.uk e.g js35@stir.ac.uk.  You will be redirected to a University of Stirling login page - enter your Stirling username and password (as with the portal) and log in.  When you're on the Office home page, select OneDrive from the list of apps.

    Students: login to the University portal and click on the Office365 icon, then select OneDrive from the apps list OR log in to your student email account via https://office365.stir.ac.uk and click the App Launcher icon in the top left corner.  Select OneDrive.

    Mobile Device:

    Download the OneDrive for Business app from your apple or android app store.  Login with your uni email address in the format username@stir.ac.uk 

    Windows PC or laptop

    When you first access OneDrive from your Windows computer, OneDrive will automatically sync to your computer.  You will thereafter see a little blue cloud icon in your system tray (bottom right of desktop).  If you click on the icon, you can access a copy of your OneDrive files.  The status column tells you whether the files have been downloaded to your computer (green tick) or are only in the cloud.  

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