Network / Telematic Services
The University of Macedonia has at its disposal a substantial telematics infrastructure in line with the latest network technologies and services.
The University’s Network and Computer Center enables members of the Academic community to easily and effectively access the globalized society of information and knowledge.
The Computer and Network Center of the University of Macedonia in collaboration with Greek Universities Network (GUnet) and National Infrastructures for Research and Technology (GRNET) provides every member of the academic community with a University Services Account. Using their individual account credentials, members have access to a set of “digital” services, depending on their position within the University.
University Services hosted by the Computer and Network Center
- Google Academic Platform
- Webmail Service (WebMail)
- Open eClass
- Students' Information System (Students' Web)
- Teaching Assistance System (Class Web)
- Quality Assurance Unit Information System
- Employment & Career Structure (D.A.STA.)
- Reporting Suite
- Indoor facilities booking
- Booking of laboratories and meeting rooms for the University’s Departments
- Contact Directory
- Press Monitoring
- University of Macedonia Website EvaluationΑξιολόγηση Ιστοσελίδας Πανεπιστημίου Μακεδονίας
- Proxy Server Service
Google academic platform provides all members of the academic community with a set of services: e-mail under address email@example.com, storage space in Google Drive etc.
Note: This account is different from University Services Account. Username is common for both accounts; nevertheless, passwords may be different due to a lack of automatic synchronization between accounts.
Webmail service facilitates remote email (firstname.lastname@example.org) management for all educational and administrative personnel.
Οδηγίες Ρύθμισης Νέου Email
The Open eClass platform is a comprehensive e-Learning Management System. It follows the philosophy of open source software and supports Asynchronous Remote Education service without restrictions and commitments. The service is accessible using a simple web browser without the need for specialized technical knowledge.
All undergraduate and postgraduate students are able through the Internet to have access to Students' Web in order to receive information on Study Programs, registered courses and their grades as well as to submit applications for the issuance of certificates. Click here to read Students' Web Instruction Manual.
Moreover, students can electronically submit their course registration for the appropriate period under condition that they study in Departments offering such feature. Click here for detailed instructions for courses and textbooks registrations.
Class Web service assists all educational personnel in their teaching work while it also facilitates the Secretariat’s task in the process of grades register. The application can only be used by teaching staff, and the procedures are performed through secure communication with the server hosting the application using SSL encryption. Click here to read the Class Web Instruction Manual.
The central service of Quality Assurance Unit Information System (QuASys) allows the inventory management (of Courses and Individuals) required for the periodic Academic Evaluation Process. The supplementary Courses/ Teaching Evaluation (UniEvaluation) supporting service facilitates the execution of Courses/ Teaching Evaluation. It connects with the Secretariat Information system and it allows: the specification of evaluated Courses and Professors, the issuance of appropriate credentials (tickets) for the execution of evaluation through the electronic method, the printing of smart labels for the facilitation of printed questionnaires digitalization process (conventional method) and the presentation of results to the parties concerned.
The Employment & Career Structure (D.A.STA.) contributes to a more effective link between the education system and the labor market and ensures a coordinated approach of the University’s relevant substructures and policies. It aims at undergraduate and postgraduate students and recent graduates offering them the opportunity to familiarize with the environment of their future professional careers and acquire the appropriate competences and knowledge that will enable them to better position themselves in the professional world.
The Proxy Server Service (proxy server) is essential to those remote users who need access to the Library's electronic resources (databases, electronic journals, electronic books, PSEPHEDA) from a computer that is not connected to the University’s intranet. For example, if your computer at home connects to the Internet via a third-party Internet Service Provider (e.g. OTE-net, ForthNet, HOL, etc) then, in order to access the services to which the Library has a subscription, the proxy server must be used.
However, the proxy server should only be used for accessing the Library's electronic resources. In order to preserve the Library's network and computing resources, the proxy server's configuration does not allow its use for general Internet browsing and as a result it restricts many of the traditional Internet services, such as file downloading, e-mail, chat, etc. For general Web browsing the settings mentioned below should be removed from your browser.
Institutional Service hosted by Greek Universities Network (GUnet) and National Infrastructures for Research and Technology (GRNET).
- Password Management Service (mypassword)
- Academic ID Service
- Textbooks Management Service (EUDOXUS)
- Delos 365 Service (Office 365)
- Centralized Internship Support System (ATLAS)
- GRNET Network Status
Password Management Service (mypassword) enables all members of the academic community to modify the details of their Institutional Services Account such as their password, e-mail address and/or mobile phone number. It is essential that one of these two elements be registered in order to reset the password in case of such loss without having to visit the University’s Computer and Network Center.
The Academic ID Service is offered for all members of the academic community. In addition to member identification, the Academic Identity is required to be utilized for products and services offers provided by affiliated suppliers and providers. Furthermore, the Academic Identity offers students the option of issuing and using reduced-fare tickets for the means of urban transportation.
The Service of Textbooks Management (Eudoxus) is an integrated system of textbook distribution for undergraduate courses. It offers undergraduate students the option to register and receive textbooks for the courses attended in each academic period while it also facilitates the Secretariat in the offered textbooks specification process.
Delos 365 Service is a collection of tools and services from Microsoft, designed for productivity and efficient collaboration. It offers you the possibility to do more from anywhere and connect with your colleagues in real time even when you are in different places. Moreover, it offers 1 Terabyte of storage in OneDrive.
EDUROAM is a secure service roaming access service developed for the international research and educational community, which enables students, researchers and staff of participating institutions to access the Internet when they are on campus and when visiting other institutions, by simply activating the WiFi network of their device (laptop, tablet, smartphone).
ATLAS is a service which provides a link between bodies offering internship positions and Academic Institutes, creating a unified base of available internship positions while it also offers information on subjects related to the labor market and students’ first steps towards professional life. It aims at bodies (private, public, NGOs, etc.) providing internship positions, bodies of Academic Institutes that have undertaken the coordination of internships, and students who under their Study Program are eligible to apply for an internship.
APELLA is an Internet service provided by National Infrastructures for Research and Technology (GRNET) that facilitates the election and promotion of faculty members of Greek Institutes of Higher Education (AEI, TEI) by organizing, monitoring and publishing the relevant procedures. The use of this “digital” service contributes to the fight against bureaucracy and ensures transparency throughout the process, direct control of the Ministry of Education and update of all interested parties through automated notifications.