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Digital, Data and Technology

Our mission at DDaT is to support teaching, learning, research and corporate services through the use of secure, reliable and accessible IT services.

Advice and guidance

Find help for your IT needs through our Self-Help guides, the Self-Service portal, or by contacting our staff.

Connecting to Wi-Fi

How to connect your device to the University Wi-Fi, whether you are a student, member of staff or visitor.

IT Security

Find out everything you need to know about keeping your accounts and data safe

Beware of phishing and fraud

Fish hook on a computer keyboard

A summary of common phishing attacks aimed at students. The University or the Students Loans Company (SLC) will never contact you for your login or password.

Additional resources

Get the most out of your computing experience.

Research Computing

 Dr Sukumar Natarajan and Professor Coley created a timed series of data to predict localised weather in the future.

We support computationally and data intensive research and provide software development expertise to help you achieve your research goals.

IT Purchasing

People using laptops

We are here to support staff in getting the necessary IT equipment, software, and mobile devices they need for their work.

Assistive Technology

We can help you use and get specialist IT equipment and software to help ​increase your productivity and improve your access to technology.

Audio Visual

The Learning and Events Technology team (LET) designs and supports specialised equipment and provides IT and AV assistance for core University events.

Microsoft 365 at the University

Find out all you need to know about Microsoft 365.

Microsoft 365

People collaborating with Microsoft 365

A suite of productivity, communication and collaboration apps and tools, including Teams, OneDrive and Yammer.

About us

Our team is here to help staff and students of the University make effective use of computing for learning, teaching and research.

We aim to provide an IT environment that matches the University's international, teaching and research reputation.

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IT Service Desk, Level 2, The Library University of Bath Claverton Down Bath BA2 7AY United Kingdom