In addition to the standard software provided in the
public computing labs, IUP provides an extensive library of academic software for home use. Below is a list of available software.
Microsoft Office 365 is the latest office software suite from Microsoft. The software suite is now available to all enrolled students, staff, and faculty through the Microsoft campus agreement that IUP participates in.
IUP OnTheHUB is an area in which you can purchase and install software not found on the IUP website. Some of the software included is one copy of Windows 10 Education, Visual Studio 2017, and extensions for SPSS.
Microsoft Azure is a service provided by Microsoft for students. Azure provides access to software like SQ: Server 2017 and Windows Server. Click Sign In after clicking on the link and enter your IUP Network Credentials to sign in.
EndNote is a full-featured research and writing tool that generates bibliographies in specified output styles, maintains references, assists with downloading references from electronic databases (e.g., Ovid, Proquest), and supports citing references while
writing. This product can be installed on a PC or Mac.
NVivo is a qualitative data analysis software package designed for researchers working with very rich text-based and/or multimedia information, where deep levels of analysis on small or large volumes of data are required. NVivo removes many of the manual
tasks associated with analysis, like classifying, sorting, and arranging information, so you have more time to explore trends, test theories, and arrive at answers to questions.
SPSS is a software package used to analyze data and perform complex calculations on data. SPSS software is heavily used in research projects to assist with breaking down data and providing reporting.
(External Link): Engineering and CAD Software for students
Download Adobe Reader to open and view PDF files.(External Link): Adobe Reader Available for Download
Adobe Creative Suite CC is a powerful set of software tools. The Creative Cloud can assist in areas such as web design, image editing, video editing, graphic and art design, desktop publishing, game development, animation, and much more. These applications
are available to all IUP administration, staff, and faculty.
Respondus is a Windows-based authoring tool that allows you to create and manage quizzes and exams for D2L and Moodle. This download is for faculty and staff only.
StudyMate is a Windows-based authoring tool that allows you to create flash-based learning games. This download is for faculty and staff only.
The Department for Disability Access and Advising offers Read&Write literacy support software from Texthelp. Read&Write is available to all IUP students via their IUP Office 365 Account.