learn@nec is where you’ll find your course. It’s your gateway to the NEC community.
As well as your course materials, you’ll find additional resources to support your study, information about exams and assessment and a way for you to contact your tutor and the Student Support Team.
Existing students can log in to learn@nec and access their course here: learn.nec.ac.uk
NEC recommends the Google Chrome browser which you can download for free by clicking here. Below are the minimum requirements for browsers:
learn@nec will operate on the following browsers but with some restrictions; NEC cannot provide support if you are using these versions:
NEC uses YouTube to deliver video content. You can check the compatibility of your browser with the YouTube HTML5 player by clicking here.
Below are the minimum requirements for operating systems when using learn@nec:
NEC provides some content on video format via YouTube, so the recommended internet bandwidth is dependent on the video format selected:
You may be able to use learn@nec without the video content with lower internet speeds.
You will be required to work with PDF documents during your course. If your browser does not support PDF display, you may find a PDF reader useful. Adobe Acrobat Reader includes a browser plugin and can be downloaded for free by clicking here.
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