eduroam at NZQA

What is eduroam?

eduroam is short for 'education roaming'.

Eduroam is a global initiative that provides NZQA staff with free, secure Wi-Fi access across a range of locations, both in New Zealand and across the globe.

More than 10,000 eduroam hotspots are available at government education agencies, universities, research centres, schools and other research and education institutions across the global.

When configured eduroam users should be able to get a network connection at a visited organisation (if available) automatically. Users are expected to have eduroam configured at your home institution before connecting at other institutions.

For more information, see EDUROAM.


NZQA users eduroam access

NZQA staff will need to configure eduroam authentication locally (i.e. while at NZQA office) and confirm their successful connection before travelling to other participating locations.

Visitors using eduroam at NZQA

eduroam is available at NZQA to academic and general staff, researchers and students from eduroam-participating organizations.

Acceptable Use of Eduroam:

The use of eduroam is governed by:

All users of this Wireless system must abide by the conditions within these policies

For visitors to the NZQA, the Acceptable Use Policy of your home institution also applies. Please be aware that eduroam policy requires all users of the service to either be over 18 years of age or have consent from a parent or guardian to use non-filtered Internet access. Authentication information and traffic is recorded by ICT Services and your home institution in case of network abuse and for statistical purposes.


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