Information for staff
At CIT we appreciate and value the contribution that our staff make to the CIT community and in particular our students. Please find below a range of remote online services available to you as a CIT staff member.
Staff Training: 9-12 June 2020
More training coming soon.
If you would like to request specific training for your team, please contact eLearn.Support@cit.edu.au
Please contact eLearn Support for any further enquiries - eLearn.Support@cit.edu.au or view the guides on using eLearn, eLR and Adobe Connect, available from https://elearn.cit.edu.au/course/view.php?id=162869.
Accessing your email remotely
This service is for CIT staff who need to have access to their emails from off campus, this includes from home as well as interstate and international.
In order to access your emails remotely you will need to register on site for Multi Factor Authentication (MFA) to continue using Outlook Web Access (OWA), click here for instructions (PDF 417Kb).
You can start the process by visiting http://aka.ms/MFASetup from a work or personal device. You will need to register with your firstname.lastname@example.org email address instead of email@example.com.
Once registered, you can access the service from https://mail.act.gov.au/
Accessing CIT SMS remotely
This service is for CIT staff who need to access the CIT SMS from off campus, this also includes from home. To access the service, open a web browser and go to the following URL: https://citsms.cit.edu.au
Accessing Customer Relationship Management (CRM) remotely
To access the CRM remotely you will need to install the CRM on your home laptop or computer, you can find installation instructions click here (PDF 256Kb).
If your computer is not up to date with its .NET version, RightNow CRM will not load and you will receive an error message. For instruction on how to update your .NET system click here (PDF 250Kb).
Accessing the Staff Information Site (SIS)
You can no longer access the CIT Staff Information Site (SIS) from home or away from your office computer as it has been identified as a security risk to CIT.
Accessing Student Management System (Banner) remotely
This service is for CIT staff with existing access to access Banner. Banner 8 and Banner 9 are now available from off campus, this also includes from home.
To access Banner 9, open a web browser and go to the following URL: https://banprod.cit.edu.au/applicationNavigator
To access Banner 8, open a web browser and go to the following URL: https://citsso.cit.edu.au/ssomanager/c/INB
- For Banner 9 instructions click here (PDF 468Kb)
- For Banner 8 instructions click here (PDF 393Kb)
- For support, contact Banner Assist on firstname.lastname@example.org or (02) 6207 4014
Accessing Webex meetings remotely
Cisco Webex Meetings is a collaborative meeting application in CIT. Webex can be used on desktops (best with a headset and webcam), mobile and web links. Webex Meetings Webex is integrated with Microsoft Outlook.
WebEx can be accessed on your mobile device, for instructions click here (PDF1.4Mb).
eLearn is CIT's online learning environment. You can access eLearn from https://elearn.cit.edu.au
If you're having any difficulties developing materials on elearn please click here
For further help with eLearn, contact eLearn Support on 6207 3833 or eLearn.Support@cit.edu.au
Staff Contact list
Search by staff member, organisational unit on the ACT Government Directory. To access the ACT Government Directory click on the following link: http://www.directory.act.gov.au/
Accessing Cisco Jabber remotely and forwarding your work phone
How to login to the Cisco Jabber Mobile App - chat and work phone access
All calls to your work phone will automatically be forwarded to your mobile while you're logged into the app. You'll only receive calls while the app is open.
- Download Cisco Jabber from the Apple or Android app store.
- Sign in using your ACT Gov email – email@example.com
- The next screen will automatically pre-fill your email. REPLACE this with your computer logon – FirstName LastName.
- Enter your password.
*Note: if you have any issues with Cisco Jabber, select 'Reset Jabber' and repeat the steps above. Due to the greater number of staff working from home, the Cisco Jabber network may experience an unprecedented level of demand causing the app to crash.
The RiskMan application is an accident/incident reporting system designed for the online entry, notification and investigation of work health and safety incidents and accidents occurring in ACTPS workplaces. It replaces the Accident/Incident Report or AIR as it is commonly known:
Room Capacity Information
The capacity was assessed considering the following:
- 4sqm per person
- 1.5m physical distancing
- equipment/tables/tools in the room
- discussions with HoDs as required
The actual number allowed could change based on room configurations and activities proposed in the classroom to meet other health directions and future COVID-19 restrictions as advised by the ACT Government.
The Campus Transition Team will work with HoDs and teachers based on the approved transition plans to support CIT as a whole to be able to meet our obligation to provide safe learning and working environment for everyone on Campus.
- Accessing Shared Services portal remotely (PDF 216Kb)
- Accessing Shared Services portal remotely for COVID-19 leave (PDF 356Kb)
- Adobe Connect - Getting Ready Guide (PDF 261Kb)
- Adobe Connect - Trouble Shooting (PDF 517Kb)
- CIT Staff Entitlements and Leave Arrangements (PDF 260Kb)
- CIT Home Base Work Self-Assessment Checklist - Screen Based Work (MS Word 71Kb)
- Creating a Digital Electronic Signature in Adobe (PDF 302Kb)
- COVID-19 Self-Isolation Wellbeing Check-in tool (PDF 208Kb)
- Movement Exercises for Workstation (PFD 1.6Mb)