There are different ways to get software for home use depending on the particular application.
Accessing software for home use can be obtained by the following means:
AppsAnywhere is the University's primary service for delivering teaching software. It is a new web-based portal that will provide you with access to a wide range of university software. It works by streaming the software to either a University Windows Computer, Virtual Windows Desktop or your own Windows personal computer (licensing restrictions permitting).
Azure Dev Tools for Teaching has replaced the former Microsoft Imagine Standard and Premium schemes with respect to giving staff and students from STEM departments access to Microsoft products for teaching and research only. Users should click on the Sign In button and then authenticate with their University of Leeds credentials. Once logged in, if the Education products are not visible, enter Education in the search bar at the top.
Disclaimer Please note that by visiting the Azure Dev Tools for Teaching website, you enter into a contract with the supplier and consent that any personal data which you provide will be processed by the company. You also consent that this may include your data being passed to companies outside the EU. You further consent to anonymised sales figures being passed from the company to the University of Leeds. Please review the privacy notices Microsoft Privacy Statement.
It is also important to familiarise yourself with any applicable terms and conditions issued by the company governing the purchase and use of their products.
University of Leeds OnTheHub gives students access to Windows 10 and 11 for free under Microsoft's "Student Use Benefit" scheme. Users should click "Enter the Fulfillment Centre" and sign in with their University of Leeds credentials if prompted. Usage rights cease when users leave the University.
Note: The IT Service Desk does not sell software.