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LLR Digital Skills Centre: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Student Support

At a Glance...


Core software and key platforms, Office 365, Moodle, Teams and more!



At those busy times of the year, check our website for details. No appointment needed!


1:2:1 Appointments

30-minute appointments, face-to-face or online, at a time that suits!



Get certified and boost your skills profile - Microsoft, Adobe and IC3 Digital Literacy.


LinkedIn Learning

Find more than 5,000 courses in your related subject or interests. Add them to your LinkedIn profile once completed.


Office 365 Online Training

Learn and develop your skills in basic Office software like Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

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The Digital Skills Centre is an authorised Testing Centre delivering the MOS and Adobe certifications.


Student Support

The Digital Skills Centre offers training on standard build software including:

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Microsoft Office Word
(Assignment Formatting)

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Microsoft Office Excel
(Data entry, Formulas, Charts) 

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Microsoft Office PowerPoint
(Presentations, Posters)

Course specific software is supported by staff in School areas and via online provision such as LinkedIn Learning

SPSS and Nvivo

Research tool resources to support undergraduate and post graduate students

We no longer have the resources to provide training on SPSS and Nvivo. However, there are some resources available on Moodle, Panopto and LinkedIn learning that you can use as below:

Moodle guidance: SPSS

There is also a SPSS webinar available via Panopto which provides an introduction.

E-learning on LinkedIn learning SPSS Statistics Essential Training

Moodle -Nvivo webinar recording

Other Nvivo resources are Getting started with Nvivo for Windows and Getting started with Nvivo for Mac

If you need further assistance, please contact your lecturer for the subject in your School.