Access to systems
The University provides staff access to a number of systems that manage core services and functions as well as specialist systems for faculties and departments. Access to systems is by login using your OneID: your MQ number and password unless stated otherwise.
Academic interface with the student system.
Fast emergency messages and notifications anywhere and any way you need them.
Manage academic processes
iLab is Macquarie University's personal computer laboratory on the Internet, enabling students to use the Microsoft Windows applications they require to do their university work from anywhere, anytime, on anything.
Access participating external Higher Ed and Research organisation web apps. Enables access to online resources for the Education and Research sector.
Paperless committee meeting software. Paperless committee meetings solution with an ability to manage meeting papers both on tablets and PC.
System for managing credit card expense approvals.
Macquarie University's image catalogue.
Datamart is Macquarie’s system for data analytics, reporting and collaboration to improve precision, alignment and accuracy.University wide reporting/ BI platform using Databank as the source of truth.
Datamodel is the platform for the university's budgeting and forecasting system
Dataswitch is the Macquarie University product for integration and asynchronous messaging between applications. It provides fast, reliable, fault-tolerant data delivery using open standard protocols.
Access and manage Echo Lecture Recordings.
Financial management system
- Budget and Forecasting login
- New Integrated Reporting login (New version, recommended)
- Old Integrated Reporting login (Old version, not supported)
Key acronyms, abbreviations, terminology and definitions in use at Macquarie University.
Google Apps accounts are used for Youtube, Google+, Google Scholar, Google Drive, Maps, Earth Licensing, Google Groups. Google Apps is available to all students and staff with a current OneID on a personal opt-in basis (Mail and Calendar for Students only).
HR Online is a web self-service facility which allows staff members to access their payroll and employment details 24 hours a day.
Online learning management system.
Macquarie University's application to centrally manage the payment of invoices.
The Research & Innovation (IRIS) system tracks, processes and administers research management at the University.
Manage iLearn spaces and unit guides. University's online unit creation and enrolment system.
A real-time view of live operational status of MQ IT systems and services.
Students and staff have access to the online Lynda video library of courses.
Campus-wide digital signage communications platform.
Policy Central is the single source for all approved University policies, procedures, guidelines and schedules.
Macquarie University's Research Hub – one place to view and edit your profile and research data.
Accident, Injury and Hazard reporting for all students, staff, visitors and contractors.
Branded surveys, collect data for analysis and generate reports on targeted survey responses.
Recruitment, Induction and Performance modules. Personal development review system, also used for recruitment.
Voice, data and communication information at your fingertips.
TermFinder is designed to help beginning students understand technical terminology. It explains the meanings in accessible language with examples of their use, links to their pronunciations and diagrams or illustrations wherever possible.
Truth.mq.edu.au is Macquarie University's secure, durable and authoritative repository for digital documents. It offers online document storage, record archival, workflow processes and document sharing.
Recommended readings, course notes and exam papers for students.
Macquarie's online Unit Guide repository. Unit Convenors use it to write, publish and view Unit Guides, and to map units against the University's graduate capabilities
Locate and request items not held by the library.
For Macquarie University staff members looking to book a campus room.
The wiki is a place for knowledge, collaboration and information to be shared amongst the Macquarie University community in a way that is positive, informative and constructive.