Answered By: Research Help, Thomas Cooper Library
Last Updated: May 16, 2023     Views: 177

There is currently no institution-wide license for Covidence software at the university. Individuals or departments are responsible for purchasing their own subscriptions/licenses for Covidence.

The Department of Information Technology accepts suggestions for software that they should consider licensing in the future.

  1.  Select Request a software contract not currently offered through Software Distribution
  2. Complete the form by describing your research need for Covidence (or other software)

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