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Student IT Support: Additional Software

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While you are a student at LSBU, you can download selected fully licenced software to your own device. Some of this software is a courses requirement.  

Please note: these licences do not cover devices belonging to friends and family of LSBU students and staff, even if living at the same address.

Before you install software on your device, you might like to know that you may be able to  access this software and more via AppsAnywhere

Please note: AppsAnywhere is only available for Windows PCs and laptops.

Adobe Creative Cloud

If you need this software for your course and your lecturer will need to request access for you from staff IT Services *

Once permission has been granted, you will receive an email from Student IT Support with a link to the software plus instructions on how to download it.

Please note: this may take up to 3 days following the request from your lecturer. If you have been waiting longer than this, please check with your lecturer to ensure that they have made the request before contacting us.

You can find User Guides and Tutorials at the Adobe Help Centre.

* Academic staff must complete the relevant self-service request form on the IT Services site.

AutoDesk

Design software for engineering and architecture students.

Download AutoDesk

Create AutoDesk Account and Confirm Eligibility - video guide

MATLAB

A high-performance language for technical computing. It integrates computation, visualisation

and programming in an easy-to-use environment where problems and solutions are expressed in familiar mathematical notation. 

Download MATLAB

Microsoft Project

If you need to use Microsoft Project for your course, your lecturer will request access for you from staff IT Services *

Once permission has been granted, you will receive an email from Student IT Support with a link to the software and instructions on how to download it.

Please note: this may take up to 3 days following the request from your lecturer. If you have been waiting longer than this, please check with your lecturer to ensure that they have made the request before contacting us.

* Academic staff must complete the relevant self-service request form on the IT Services site.

Microsoft Visio

If you need to use Microsoft Visio for your course, your lecturer will request access for you from staff IT Services *

Once permission has been granted, you will receive an email from Student IT Support with a link to the software and instructions on how to download it.

Please note: this may take up to 3 days following the request from your lecturer. If you have been waiting longer than this, please check with your lecturer to ensure that they have made the request before contacting us.

* Academic staff must complete the relevant self-service request form on the IT Services site.

NVivo

A tool for organising and managing data. NVivo offers qualitative data analysis to assist with research projects.

Download NVivo 12 for Windows - 64bit

Download NVivo 12 for Mac

NVivo Licence key - Login using: London South Bank University

 

Getting started with NVivo - Online tutorials

SPSS

The SPSS® software platform offers advanced statistical analysis, a vast library of machine learning algorithms, text analysis, open source extensibility, integration with big data and seamless deployment into applications. 


SPSS version 27

Download SPSS 27 for Windows

Download SPSS 27 for Mac

SPSS Authorisation codes - Login using London South Bank University

SPSS version 26

Download SPSS 26 for Windows -access via AppsAnywhere

Download SPSS 26 for Mac

SPSS Authorisation codes - Login using London South Bank University


Getting started with SPSS - support via Digital Skills Centre Moodle site