Other Support Available
Personal tutors and academic coaches
You should be assigned a personal tutor, who is responsible for advising you on all matters relating to the academic aspects of your course and your progress on it. E:vision will be able to tell you who your personal tutor is.
Study Skills Advisers
Study Skills Advisers are available to give you one-to-one advice on your academic work. They can give you general advice and help or can focus on a specific problem. They are situated in the Learning Centres and can be booked through the Learning Centres' reception. More information can be found here.
Canvas is the University of Wolverhampton’s Virtual Learning Environment (VLE).
Canvas is used by students and staff to support learning and teaching activities, including access to online learning materials and module activities such as discussions, quizzes and assignments.
You can access Canvas in the following ways:
- The Student Portal (myWLV), applicable for taught on-campus undergraduate, postgraduate and postgraduate research students
- By going to https://canvas.wlv.ac.uk/
- By opening the Canvas desktop icon, available on all University Windows computers, which looks like this
- By downloading the ‘Canvas’ app on Apple (iOS) and Android mobile devices:
You log in to Canvas using your University IT credentials, e.g. your University email address or user ID and password.
To view all of your modules, click on the ‘Courses’ button and then click on ‘All courses’.
If you cannot see your modules or you see the wrong ones, or are experiencing issues with your enrolment and/or module registration, contact ASK@WLV or log a call directly using the e:Vision helpdesk
Remember...These platforms have been developed with the student in mind to offer you the best learning experience possible and enable you to leave the University as a digitally literate, knowledgeable, enterprising global citizen. Be proactive and make the most of them … they are there for YOU!!