- eduroam - University of Greenwich students and staff should login to eduroam by entering your username followed by @gre.ac.uk and your network password. Staff and students from other universities should log-in using their own account and associated password; if in doubt, please contact your IT support teams. If your password has changed since the last time you accessed the Wi-Fi, you should forget the network and connect again. For access instructions for your device, click here.
- govroam - Individuals employed by participating health, local government and blue light organisations can connect by entering their corresponding network log-in credentials.
Downloadable Applications & Software
- SPSS (IBM) - Statistical analysis software that can be installed on to your personal device. For students (with the exception of PhD), to receive download instructions you will need to complete the SPSS Licensing Agreement form, located here. For PhD students and staff specifically, please speak with the IT Service Desk (please be aware that you will still need to have completed the online form first). Academic staff and PhD students who are using a UoG PC should be able to install SPSS via the Software Center. If it is not available, please contact the IT Service Desk.
- Office 365 (Microsoft) - Includes Word, Excel; PowerPoint, Outlook; OneNote, Publisher and Cloud support through OneDrive. This software can be downloaded a maximum of ten times; five Mac or PC downloads and five mobile devices. To login, enter your email@example.com (i.e. firstname.lastname@example.org), with your University password. The software will be available to you for the duration of your studies. For further information and access instructions for your device, click here (students) or here (staff).
Specialist Applications & Software
A number of computers have specialist applications and software installed; you can check what your Faculty provides by clicking here. If you are having difficulty in accessing a program listed, please contact the IT Service Desk in the first instance.
Your Faculty may have specific computer labs that have specialist software you require. If you are having difficulty in accessing a program within one of these labs, please contact your Faculty in the first instance.
Lynda.com is online software training website, which offers thousands of video tutorials and training like how to use SPSS.
Overview of the Lynda.com license are as follows. If you have any queries, please contact the relevant person;
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