Self Service Banner
Banner Student is a comprehensive student information system that contains information on students, courses, fees, faculty, and alumni.
Staff and students access relevant information via Service Now (Knowledge Base).
Service now is a Knowledge base that allows students the convenience of a complete secure accessibility to information online, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
SSB for Students
Students can log in to Self-Service Banner (SSB) to view personal information, their mentee information, class schedules, courses catalogs, class attendance, grades and unofficial transcripts, financial information, academic standing, and register for classes.
SSB for Faculty
Faculty can log in to Self-Service Banner (SSB) to view their class schedules and lists of students; enter class attendance and provisional grades; and see basic student information and mentee lists.
Some faculty and administration staff use Banner Student Internet Native Banner (INB), to view and maintain student’s data and process transactions. Banner INB access is restricted, and formal approval and specialised training are required.
Moodle “modular object-oriented dynamic learning environment” is the Polytechnic’s learning management system. It is used for dynamic online courses that allows interaction and collaborative construction of content.
Log in to Moodle to view and download course material, submit assignments, view latest news, events, announcements, calendar and forums, and instant messaging.
Log in to Moodle to upload course material, view and grade assignments submission, upload news, events, and announcements, view and edit calendar, create and respond to forums, and create online quizzes.
In addition to accessing your emails on campus, Bahrain Polytechnic’s Outlook Web App allows users (students and staff) to connect to their email accounts anywhere from a web browser without the requirement to install Microsoft Outlook.
The e-portfolio works as a user-centred, personalised learning space where students can upload and assemble digital artefacts (such as documents, images, video, posts, resumes, multimedia, hyperlinks and contact information); share information; collaborate with others; showcase their employability skills; and shape the way they present themselves to the world.