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Computing and Engineering: Home

This is the guide for School of Computing and Engineering students and staff.

Welcome to the Computing & Engineering subject guide

Hopefully you will find this guide useful for finding information for your studies. You can book an appointment with me or email, using the details across the page.

Mobile apps

As a student at the university you are entitled to download the LinkedIn Learning and O'Reilly Learning mobile apps as well as accessing the web versions.  The mobile apps will help you access these key sources, to download content, and access content off-line. Many key texts are available via O'Reilly Learning. 


Sign in with your university email address.  Also available on Amazon Fire devices.


Select "Sign in with your organization portal" and Type

Key sources

LinkedIn Mobile app login

The LinkedIn Learning app is available for free from the App Store or Google Play.  As well as providing you with an interface optimised for mobile devices, the app allows you to download courses to watch offline.

To use the app, follow these steps:

  1. Go to the App Store (Apple) or Google Play and download the LinkedIn Learning app.  Note that this is separate from the LinkedIn app
  2. Open the app to see the sign-in options
  3. Select "Sign in with your organization portal"
  4. Type
  5. Select "Sign in with your organization portal" again
  6. Tap continue
  7. You should get the University of Westminster sign in screen.  Now enter your university ID (e.g. w1234567) and password and select "sign in"

O'Reilly Learning Mobile app login

The O’Reilly app is available for iOS, Android, and Amazon Fire devices. Download on the Apple App Store, Google Play, or Amazon.  When it comes to signing in use your university email address and click sign in.  This will then take you to the University of Westminster sign-in screen where you can enter your university username and password.

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I'm here to help - online appointments are normally available. Note the email link above goes to the Academic Engagement Librarian team joint email, not me directly.