Software Licensing Management receives suggestions to pursue site licenses for different software products. Below is a list of the products that have been submitted and their status.
|ASREML||Purchased||Purchased site license and currently maintained by Software Licensing Management|
|Blueberry Software||Reviewed||Not enough interest to warrant a site license|
|Cambridge Structural Database||Reviewed||Not enough interest to warrant a site license|
|ChemBioDraw||Purchased||Purchased site license and currently maintained by Software Licensing Management|
|Dynastar Lasergene||Reviewed||Not enough interest to warrant a site license|
|End Note||Reviewed||Not enough interest to warrant a site license|
|GraphPad Prism||Reviewed||Not enough interest to warrant a site license and not cost effective|
|Rosetta Stone||Purchased||Purchased volume licenses for one year; not cost effective or enough interest to warrant a renewal; 100 + licenses are now managed by NCSU Libraries|
|Sima Pro||Reviewed||Doesn't offer a site license and not cost effective or enough interest for volume license purchase|
|Sparkleshare Videoscribe||Reviewed||Not enough interest to warrant a site license,|
|STATA SE||Reviewed||Not enough interest for site license; working on combining existing licenses|
|TurnitIn||Reviewed||CALS conducted a pilot program; UNC-GA discussed a system wide solution, but NCSU has chosen not to participate. Most colleges indicated that they are not interested in Turnitin at this time.|
If you know of any software that would be beneficial to the University as a whole, please use the Software Suggestion Request form.