At the end of this month, from the 1st of February WOLF will be permanently shut down. Can topic owners please ensure that you have moved all required materials stored on WOLF into Teams before then. For more help on setting up or using Teams, please visit www.wlv.ac.uk/teams or contact the Teams project directly at teams@wlv.ac.uk
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Important Notice!

At the end of this month, from the 1st of February WOLF will be permanently shut down. Can topic owners please ensure that all materials you wish to keep or continue using have been downloaded from WOLF and, optionally, transferred to Teams. After the shutdown, it will not be possible to retrieve any further materials from WOLF.

We have created some guidance on moving multiple files from WOLF to Teams. If you need additional help, please contact the IT Service Desk. Please note that after 31st January 2021, Digital Services will not be able to recover any documents stored in WOLF.

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