You can install the programmes listed here onto your computer for study purposes. Please note that they are not be used for commercial purposes.
Upon completion of your studies, you must uninstall them from your computer.
Unfortunately, Dalarna University is unable to help students install programmes onto their computers; nor can the University provide support on questions related to them. Some programmes require that you log on to access licence information. Please note that it is prohibited to share the licence keys or log-in details.
Affinity consists of three different programs: Affinity Photo is used for photo editing and image processing, Affinity Designer is a vector-based program for creating graphics and illustations and Affinity Publisher is a publishing program used for layout. The programs are available for both PC and Mac.
The programme EndNote can help you collect and organise your references. It makes it easier for you to insert references and to create a bibliography in a text.
Contact the library at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need help with EndNote.
NVivo is a programme that assists in the analysis of qualitative data (qualitative data analysis – QDA). You can use the programme to gather and structure your material and ideas for a project in a systematic way.
Contact the library at email@example.com if you need help with NVivo.
In collaboration with Microsoft, Dalarna University is able to offer Office 365 to its registered students.
SPSS is a statistical software platform.
SPSS Amos is a structural equation modeling (SEM) software.
TorTalk - Text-to-Speech Programme
The University offers you the use of the text-to-speech reading tool TorTalk. This enables you to listen to texts that appear on screens: for example, e-books and locked PDF files. TorTalk is useful for people who have reading and writing difficulties, or a first language other than Swedish. It can also be used as a means of study support. You can listen to both Swedish and English texts.
TorTalk is installed on computers in the Campus Falun library, as well as in a number of our computer labs: see information on our webpage Internet/Computer Lab Access on Campus.
You - staff and students - can download TorTalk to your own computers when you are logged in.
BrowseAloud is an example of assistive technology that reads aloud webpage texts while highlighting the text being read. It also saves text in mp3 format and helps readers focus on particular sections of text. It is free of charge for the user.