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Wifi access through Eduroam

For full information about connecting to wifi in the University, see the UIS page on wifi services.

If you're a student or staff member, follow the instructions for connecting to Eduroam wifi.

We have one University Managed Desktop (UMD) computer available for use in the Department of Psychology, . You can log in with your address and University password.



Printing, scanning, copying

Printer/MFD (multi-function device) locations in the Department of Psychology (Main Building):

  • Printing Room 111 - up to A3, greyscale only (first floor, turn left, turn left again, first door on the left) 
  • Computer Room - A4, greyscale or colour (first floor, turn right, last door on the right)

Before you can print, you need to buy print credit in the My DS-Print portal (Common Balance). Staff can contact the IT office for printing credit (Local Balance).

Scanning and copying

To scan or photocopy documents, find an MFD and log in by tapping your University card or entering your login details. You can now access the device functions for scanning and copying.

Printing from the Psychology computer

  • Log in to the PC in the Computer Room with your address and University password.
  • In the system tray (bottom right corner of the home screen), find the green printer symbol and click on it. This will open the Print Deploy client.
  • Log in with your University details, then search for and install the printer called Psychol_FindMe if not already installed.
  • Open the document you want to print and select Psychol_FindMe in the printing menu.

Printing from your own device

You have several options for printing:

Tips for Mac users:

Some Mac computers will not recognise the printer, so after downloading Print Deploy:

  • From "System Preferences" choose "Print & Scan". If required click on the locked padlock and authenticate.
  • Click + to add a printer.
  • Click on the 'Advanced' icon. Set the Type drop-down to "Windows printer via spoolers". Tip - If the Advanced tab is not shown in the toolbar, right click on the toolbar (at the top of the same window next to "IP" and "window"), choose "Customise Toolbar", then drag the Advanced icon into the toolbar.
  • Set the URL to smb://
  • Set Name field identical to the print queue name (Psychol_FindMe), don't use any spaces.
  • Location: Department of Psychology
  • Select Software: from the "Print Using" dropdown list, choose the correct driver (Konica C3350i - Computer Room, or Sharp MX-3070v - Printing Room) and click Add. Tip - Using the search box makes it easier to find a specific driver from the long list.

For more information, access the IT Help and Support website.



The PC in the Computer Room runs Windows 10, installed with SPSS and MATLAB. Please request login access via the ">Computer Office email.

Software available for University members

For the full list, see the UIS Software page.

Featured software:

SPSS via the Cambridge Academia Store

Undergraduate students can obtain SPSS for Windows and Mac without charge from the following software portal:

  • Register for an account on the Cambridge Academia software portal, or log in to your existing account.
  • Select the Undergraduate option, add it to your basket and proceed to checkout.
  • You will receive a link by email which lets you download the SPSS installer file, a serial number to activate it, and related information.

Need to encrypt your data?

  • VeraCrypt encryption 
  • Bitlocker Encryption 

Psychology Library

Searching & Borrowing 


Psychol Support

  ↳ Library Induction

  ↳ Research Support 

  ↳ Letter from an Undergraduate

  ↳ Subject Guide 

  ↳ APA In-text citation style    


  ↳ Building Accessibility 

  ↳ Find us  

  ↳ WI-FI, Printing and Software

Reading List Online




Address The Library 
Department of Psychology 
Downing Street 
Telephone      01223 333554
Find us Psychology Library on the University Map

Access hours:

Mon-Fri 9am to 5pm

  • Part IA/IB Students

24 hours card access

  • Part II Students
  • Postgraduates
  • Staff

By appointment

  • Visitors



Alina Wanitzek (Librarian)

Dr Greg Davis (Academic Librarian)

Sir Frederic Bartlett Archive