SQE

Access

If your access is provided to you by an institution, they should be able to provide you with login and access details. As a student at an institution, your access to the resources will be activated once you log into the course.

For a walkthrough of the complete purchase process please visit: www.oxfordtextbooks.co.uk/law/SQE/SQEI/purchase

You will need to contact SQE customer support at sqeprep@oup.com

Please include your:

  • Full Name
  • Email Address
  • (If relevant) Instructor's Name
  • (If relevant) Instructor's Email Address
  • (If relevant) The Instructor and Section of the course into which the student should be moved

Note: If a student submits a request for a course change at an institution, the request will first be verified with the course instructor.

You will need to contact SQE customer support at sqeprep@oup.com

Access to content will be determined by your institution once you are enrolled in their course.

If you have bought the SQE Prep & Practise resources independently access will be provided for a period of 12 months and the content will remain the same for that period.

Using SQE

To add your syllabus to the course.

  1. Choose Syllabus on the left-hand side of the course page.
  2. Click on the Edit button on the upper right-hand side to reveal the rich text editor.
  3. Click on Upload a new file in the Files tab.
  4. Click on the Browse button to find and choose your syllabus file. Then click on Open.
  5. Click Upload to upload your syllabus and add it as a link to the rich text editor.
  6. The file is uploaded and saved automatically.

If you want your syllabus to automatically display inline on the syllabus page.

  1. Double-click on the syllabus link in the rich text editor to highlight it.
  2. Click on the Link to URL toolbar icon (chain links) to reveal link options.
  3. Select the Auto-open the inline preview for this link Option.
  4. Click on Update Link.

To remove the file later, click the Edit button on the syllabus page and delete the link from the rich text editor.

If you are thinking of using our SQE Prep & Practise resources at your institution, please email HigherEducation.Europe@oup.com and one of our Higher Education Partnership Consultants will get back to you to arrange a demo and discuss the details. If you would like to continue an existing subscription, please let your Higher Education Partnership Consultant know and they will be able to arrange this for you.

To view your course as a student, click on Student View from the home page.

To return to instructor view click on Leave Student View at the bottom of the student view.

SQE Prep & Practise can be imported directly into your school’s LMS/VLE. Please contact our HE Partnership Consultants (HigherEducation.Europe@oup.com) for information about how your institution can purchase access in this way.

If your access to SQE Prep & Practise is self-study via the Canvas platform, you can follow the “Forgot your password?” link on the login page to recover your password. Enter your username and press submit and you will receive a password reset email to the email address associated with your account.

If you do not receive the email in a few minutes, this could be because:

  • You mistyped your username
  • Your account's email address is not set or is incorrect
  • The email was delayed or routed to your junk email folder

Check your Spam and Junk folders for the email. If you cannot find it you will need to contact SQE customer support by emailing sqeprep@oup.com.

If your access to SQE Prep & Practise is provided via your institution’s VLE, please check your login details with your institution.

Technical Queries

The latest version of WCAG Standards is 2.1 and SQE content is WCAG 2.1 compliant. Our conformance to WCAG standards in terms of SQE content can be proved to customers by sharing the Learning Link VPAT.

The Canvas platform hosts OUP’s SQE products and as a platform, it has its own WCAG compliance standards. The level to which Canvas comply with WCAG standards can be seen here. In broad terms, Canvas has been evaluated by Instructure and WebAIM according to WCAG 2.1 standards, and testing on the platform is regularly conducted using automated tools, assistive technology (such as screen readers, keyboard testing, etc.), and coding best practices.

It depends – your LMS/VLE must have a suitable LTI 1.1 compliant consumer tool plugin, along with support for ingesting *.imscc files. If it does, then it’s likely an SQE product will integrate.