Changes to ChemDraw Access at UCSD

CURRENT INFORMATION ON ACCESSING CHEMDRAW @ UCSD

http://libguides.ucsd.edu/chemistry/software

 

As of October, the ChemBioOffice (ChemDraw) license is restricted to official members of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry: faculty, staff, graduate students, etc. Due to budget cuts, this is no longer a campus-wide license.

Undergraduate chemistry majors: you can use–but not download–ChemBioOffice on the ACMS computers in the S&E Library and NSB2303, and you can download it if you have an official affiliation with the department like working for a professor.

If you want to purchase your own copy of ChemDraw (not the entire suite), CambridgeSoft offers ChemDraw Std 12.0 or ChemDraw Pro 12.0 for a greatly reduced academic rate, $130 to $350. You can buy access for one year, or purchase perpetual access for version 12.0.

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5 comments for “Changes to ChemDraw Access at UCSD”

On September 27, 2012, 3:29 PM Sophia Hirakis said:

i work for rommie amaro and i need chem draw

On September 27, 2012, 4:55 PM Vogel, Teri said:

See: http://software.chem.ucsd.edu/. If you are on the payroll for the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, you should be able to get ChemBioOffice (which includes ChemDraw). If not, you may still be able to access it through ACMS, which is still pretty new and I have contacted them to find out how this works.

On January 23, 2014, 10:41 AM Junyu Xiao said:

Hi, I work for Dr. Jack Dixon, and we are affiliated with Chemistry and Biochemistry Department. How can we download ChemBioDraw?

Thanks,
Junyu

On January 23, 2014, 10:47 AM Vogel, Teri said:

Junyu,

Here’s information on downloading ChemBioOffice: http://libguides.ucsd.edu/chemistry/software

You’ll go to the PerkinElmer site and enter your email address. Once ACMS verifies your UCSD status, they’ll email you the instructions for downloading and activating the software. ACMS (software@ucsd.edu) manages the registration process, so you can contact them if you have questions.

–Teri (chemistry librarian)

On January 23, 2014, 10:50 AM Vogel, Teri said:

Just to clarify, the license has changed since this blog post. It’s now a campus-wide license, not restricted to faculty/staff/grads in the Dept of Chemistry and Biochemistry.

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