All learning tools at LIS are available through the home page (home.lis.ac.uk).
Students are provided with log-in credentials at the start of term. These are issued through Microsoft and students are able to log-in to all LIS tools using these credentials.
Please reach out to email@example.com for any technical support accessing these systems.
Guides and Tips
MASc programme overview
The MASc is delivered in two modes:
- Campus-first, full time
- Remote-first, part-time (8-10 hours a week plus intensive on campus days)
Please note that this sequencing is subject to change.
Campus-first modules sequencing
Mixed mode. All coaching and seminars happen on campus.
- Acting Human (T1) Online  - Bronwyn Tarr
- Cracking the Code (T1A) On Campus  - Archie Martin
- The Right Word (T1B) On Campus  - James Carney
- Capstone Discovery 1 (T2A, T2B) On Campus 
- Engaging Complexity (T2A) Online  - Anson Cheung
- Reform (T2A) On campus  - Maria Madero
- Human Complexity (T2B) On Campus  - James Carney
- Everything Counts (T2B) Online  - faculty Matthew Brett and/or Peter Rush
- Capstone Discovery 2 (T3A) On Campus 
- Capstone Solution (T3B) On campus 
Remote-first modules sequencing
All online (no hybrid), plus face-to-face intensives twice a year.
- Acting Human (T1)  - Bronwyn Tarr
- Cracking the Code (T2A)  - Archie Martin
- Everything Counts (T2B)  - Matthew Brett
- The Right Word (T3A) 
- Capstone Discovery 1 (T3B) 
- Engaging Complexity (T4A) 
- Human Complexity (T4B) 
- Reform (T5A) 
- Capstone Discovery 2 (T5B) 
- Capstone Solution (T6) 
The number in [X] is the number of credits.
Other learning tools
As a student at LIS, you have access to a range of other learning tools to support your journey. These are linked from the home portal and explained in more detail here.
Cortex - the place for all your learning content. Cortex is our virtual learning environment where you will find readings, videos and quizzes to complete.
Student Record - access your student data here, including attendance, grades, and your student information.
Coaching - details about how coaching works for your course.
Timetable - an overview of your LIS teaching timetable. This information is automatically synced to your MS Outlook calendar.
Support - the pastoral team is here to help you navigate academic progress, career aspirations, and personal development.
Experience - info about student events happening on campus and online.
Careers - info about careers events facilitated by LIS.
LISSA - information about how to get involved with the student associations at LIS.
Microsoft - access to your student MS365 account.
JSTOR - is a digital library of academic journals, books, and primary sources.
Creative Cloud - a collection of software used for graphic design, video editing, web development, photography.
Miro - a digital collaboration platform designed to facilitate remote and distributed team communication and project management.
Perlego - a digital online library focusing on the delivery of academic, professional and non-fiction eBooks.
GitHub - a platform and cloud-based service for software development and version control using Git, allowing developers to store and manage their code.
Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for any technical support accessing these tools.