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    Student IT Survey & Prize Draw

    Complete our survey to let us know what you think about IT at Lancaster. We will use your answers to develop our IT services, and enter your name into a prize draw with a chance to win a Kindle Fire HDX, a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 or £50 of Sainsbury's vouchers. Submit an idea for an improvement to the Student Portal and you could also win an iPad 2 Mini!

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    New assistive software

    ISS has added Read & Write 11 and Mindjet to its software portfolio. These applications can support readers and writers, those with literacy difficulties (including dyslexia) and English language learners. 

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    Amazon Lockers Arrive on Campus

    Do you find it hard to get your Amazon delivery when you're on campus?

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    Success for iLancaster Team at Hack Manchester!

    A team of student developers who work for iLancaster won the best application in the 'Multi User Challenge' category at the Hack Manchester event.

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    Where has my PC Lab software gone?

    You might have noticed that software you previously accessed via the Start Menu on PC Lab computers has gone. This is because we’re changing the way you get this software - you now access it using Application Jukebox (AppJ). 

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    Information for new students

    IT related information for new students starting in October 2014.

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    Free & Discounted Software for Students

    As a student at Lancaster University you are able to access a range of software and in many cases use it on your own device. 

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    Adobe Creative Cloud now available

    Adobe Creative Cloud (including Photoshop, Premiere and Dreamweaver) is available.

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    Saving energy with PC power management

    As part of an initiative to save energy and to make it easier to access your PC if you’re away from the office, Power Management software is being rolled out to provide ISS Supported Windows desktop PCs with simplified power settings.