Computing Facilities

  • NIE has equipped the campus with Information and Communication Technology (ICT) facilities to support learning and teaching. All teaching facilities in NIE are equipped with ICT presentation systems. In addition, most rooms are specially designed to facilitate collaborative learning among student teachers. These rooms are equipped with mobile furniture arranged in group settings, LCD flat panel screens and some rooms with smart interactive whiteboards. Student teachers can tap on the learning environment using their mobile devices and wireless access. Wireless access is available to student teachers through iSurf@NIE. The Wireless access configurations can be found under User Guides on the Academic Computing and Information Services (ACIS) IT Services Website at

  • Student teachers and visitors can keep abreast of the activities relating to the Institute with NIE Mobile Application. Information required can be obtained on-the-go through this intuitive and userfriendly interface. For more information, please visit the Mobile Apps page on ACIS IT Services Website at

  • There are printing services available in Library and NIE Student Hub for student teachers to print or photocopy their assignments, project reports, course notes, lecture notes and other teaching materials at reasonable prices through convenient payment modes via cash card and EZ-link card. For more information, please visit the Printing & Scanning page on ACIS IT Services Website at

  • A variety of online services can be accessed by student teachers via the NIE Portal ( Such services include GeNIEus (NIE Blackboard), Student Time Table, Student Exam Results, MOE HR Online@NIE and other student related services. The NIE Community in the NIE Portal allows the creation of personal blogs, Carpooling, Marketplace and many other forums exclusively for NIE.

  • Student teachers can access NIE main learning platform, GeNIEus (a.k.a. Blackboard) via NIE portal. Check out the Student Lounge in GeNIEus, for more information about your course and various educational technology tools, resources and guides that you can explore and use. GeNIEus workshops are conducted for student teachers in the beginning of every semester.

  • In collaboration with academic groups in NIE, the Centre for eLearning (CeL) has created free native iOS, Android and web apps for learning. Beside NIE mobile apps, we also recommend some popular educational apps. More information about these apps, and download links can be found at Check out the pedagogical use of some of the NIE apps at