Technology Enhanced Learning Team


Accessing Box of Broadcasts

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For: Staff and StudentsApplication: Box of BroadcastsTagged: access , login

Staff and students at QMUL can access the Box of Broadcasts service by using their standard QMUL user name and password. There is no need to ask to have a BoB account set up. You may find yourself accessing BoB recordings via a link on QMplus or distributed to you via an email. You can also access the service directly by going to the BoB website. Whichever mechanism you use, you will always have to login.

If you wish to make use of the BoB features such as requesting recordings and creating your own clips and playlists, you have go to the BoB website. This guide covers how to do this.

You will find the Box of Broadcasts website on:

Box of Broadcasts Log in Button

Click on the Sign in button.


You may be directed to a “Where are you from” page. Start typing Queen Mary, University of London into the text box and a list of institutions should appear as you type.

Where are you from box on BoB

You can then select from the list, and click the Go button.

You will be redirected to a QMUL login page

QMUL id check

Enter your standard QMUL user name and password and click Login.

If this is the first time you have accessed the service you will be asked to enter some account details.

Register bob account details

Enter your first name, surname and your QMUL email address. Then click Register.

If you have used BoB before, you will find that you have to re-confirm your account details. This is due to the system upgrade which took place in August 2016. You will only have to do this once.

Bob Home Screen

You will now be directed to the BoB home screen. If this is your first visit, you will be sent an email with a link it it which you should use to confirm your account details.

Did this answer your query? If not, you can raise a ticket on the online Helpdesk or email: . Alternatively you can also request a particular guide or highlight an error in this guide using our guides request tracker.

Produced by the the Technology Enhanced Learning Team at Queen Mary University of London.

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