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The Digital Skills Centre: 1-to-1 Support (Staff)

Training available (for staff)

The Digital Skills Centre offers training on standard build software including:

Word 2016 icon  Microsoft Office Word 
(Assignment Formatting)

Excel 2016 icon  Microsoft Office Excel
(Data entry, Formulas, Charts)

PowerPoint 2016 icon  Microsoft Office PowerPoint
(Presentations, Posters)

Online surveys icon  Online Surveys
(Formally BOS)

Mind manager icon  MindManager

Sage iconSage
(Accounting software)

Generic internet icon  Building Basic Websites

my lsbu icon  My.LSBU

Moodle icon  Moodle

Mahara icon  Mahara (e-Portfolio)

Course specific software is supported by staff in School areas and via online provision such as LinkedIn Learning




Book a 1:1 appointment (for staff)

Image of student using a laptop

If you are looking for support with your digital skills you can book a 1:1 appointment with a member of staff from the Digital Skills Centre. 

To request an appointment:

 Email us at:

 Phone: 020 7815 6610

Please include the following information in any appointment request:

  Full Name

  Staff number

  Details of training and support required, ie. How to add a resource to Moodle

  Dates and times you are available to attend

Downloadable Software for Staff/Students supported by the Digital Skills Centre

Free software downloads for LSBU Staff/Students supported by the Digital Skills Training Team
These links take you to Moodle and you must self-enrol on the site the first time you use it.

Just click on:

MindManager icon

Microsoft Office 365 icon




Please note: Individual support is no longer available for SPSS and NVivo. However, there is helpful guidance available on Moodle. Click each icon to link to the content.

SPSS logo NVivo logo

Click here to see what other free software is available for download

Contact Us - The Digital Skills Centre

LSBU Library and Learning Resources Accessibility Statement

Havering Library​

020 7815 6607