Software resources

Software available to Faculty of Information students

Dell workstations  |  iMac workstations |  Other U of T libraries  |  Specially priced software

Software available on 4th floor Dell workstations

MS Office 2013 Adobe CS Web Other
Word Acrobat X Pro FrontMotion Firefox CISCO
Excel Acrobat Reader XI Google Chrome Microsoft Silverlight
Powerpoint Acrobat Distiller X Internet Explorer Pharos
Access Flash Professional CS6 PuTTY
Visio Fireworks CS6 SafeNet
Communicator Illustrator CS6 SAP Front End
InfoPath Designer InDesign CS6 Zotero Standalone
InfoPath Filler Photoshop CS6
OneNote Dreamweaver CS6
Outlook Bridge CS CS6
Publisher Extension Manager CS6
Skype ExtendScript Toolkit CS6
LiveCycle ES2
Media Encoder CS6

Software available at 4th floor Mac workstations

MS Office 2016 Adobe Creative Cloud Web Other
Word Photoshop Firefox *NVivo 12 NEW!
Excel Illustrator Google Chrome Python 3.4
Powerpoint Premier Safari Sketch
OneNote Dreamweaver NEW!

*NVivo installed only on the iMac closest to the

Software available at other U of T libraries

The Map & Data Library

  • The library has data visualization, statistical, GIS, and other types of software
  • Some examples: SAS, SPSS, NVivo, Beyond 20/20,  ArcGIS, AutoCAD, and Google Earth Pro
  • For an overview and details about what is available on the reference area computers and in the computer lab, start from this page
  • An extensive listing of online tutorials is maintained e.g., using Python to clean data or scrape tweets, intro to SimplyAnalytics, intro to ArcGIS, and more
  • Check hours of opening

Other UTL libraries

  • See what software is available on each computer — click on the map icon to the right of each listing on this master list of computers
  • Keep clicking through until you can mouse over the computer image to see its software

Software available at student/faculty/staff prices

  • The Information Commons Licensed Software Office (LSO) negotiates and administers software license agreements with many vendors
  • This decreases overall software costs to the University
  • The software can be purchased by UofT students, faculty and staff
  • Depending on the agreement with the vendor, not all software is available to everyone
  • Note that the LSO is an online service