Software for Research and Teaching (2024)

The Center for Academic Technology provides a range of academic software, and troubleshooting services.

  • Faculty and Researchers
  • Students
  • NYUAD Licensed Softwares

    Please note, you need to login with your NetID to access user guides.

    • NYU ITS has arranged an Adobe agreement that covers both NYUAD issued and Home Use computers. The licence permits NYU faculty and non-contract staff to use Adobe's Creative Cloud Suite at no cost and then authenticate as NYU staff or faculty.

      Please see the NYU ServiceLink knowledge base fordetailed instructionson how to access and download an Adobe Creative Cloud subscription.

      Should you experience any issues with Adobe applications please visit the CAT team in the Library or contact them via emailatnyuad.academictech@nyu.edu.

    • Aimsun Next is a multi-resolution, multi-modal modeling tool.

      Simulate mobility on any scale from whole regions to cities, zones, subnetworks, and all the way down to highways, corridors and individual junctions.

    • Altium Designer is one of the most popular of the high-end PCB design software packages on the market today. It is developed and marketed by Altium Limited. Including a schematic, PCB module, and an auto-router and differential pair routing features, it supports track length tuning and 3D modeling.

    • Ansys is an engineering simulation software for use across the product life cycle.

    • ArcGIS is a suite of Geographical Information System (GIS) tools.

      • ArcGIS Pro
      • OS: Windows
      • License: Standalone
      • ArcGIS Pro is available to request from the NYU Libraries Data Services Team.
        Please visit their web page to access the request formhere.
    • Powerful workbench for the qualitative analysis of large bodies of data.

      • Version: 9
      • OS: Windows, Mac
      • License: Standalone
      • Installation guide available on request: nyuad.academictech@nyu.edu
    • 3D modeling software

    • Please contact nyuad.academictech@nyu.edu for assistance with access to the Library’s Bloomberg terminals in C2-303. Remote access was withdrawn from July 1, 2022.

    • The world's repository of experimentally determined organic and metal-organic crystal structures.

      • Version: 2024.1
      • OS: Windows, Mac, Linux
      • License: Standalone
      • Windows Installation Guide(PDF)
      • Mac Installation Guide(PDF)
      • Linux Installation on request:nyuad.academictech@nyu.edu
    • ChemDraw Professional is the complete drawing tool of choice for chemists and biologists to create publication-ready, scientifically intelligent drawings for use in ELNs, databases, and publications, and for querying chemical databases, now including SciFinder©.

      • Version: 22.2
      • OS: Windows, Mac
      • License: Standalone
      • Installation guide is available on on the NYU Libraries page here.
      • Simulate real-world designs, devices, and processes with multiphysics software from COMSOL.
      • General-purpose simulation software based on advanced numerical methods.
      • Fully coupled multiphysics and single-physics modeling capabilities.
      • Complete modeling workflow, from geometry to postprocessing.
      • User-friendly tools for building and deploying simulation apps.

      Program Information

      • Version: 5.2a
      • OS: Windows & macOS
      • License: Network
      • Please reach out to Academic Technology for instructions on installing COMSOL 5.2a-nyuad.academictech@nyu.edu
    • DNASTAR Lasergene is bioinformatics software for molecular cloning, primer design, next-gen sequencing, multiple sequence alignments, and transcriptome analysis.

    • EndNote is a tool for publishing and managing bibliographies, citations, and references.

    • ETABS offers a single user interface to perform modeling, analysis, design, and reporting. There is no limit to the number of model windows, model manipulation views, and data views.

    • Harris IDL is a scientific programming language used across disciplines to create meaningful visualizations out of complex numerical data. From small-scale analysis programs to widely deployed applications, IDL provides the comprehensive computing environment needed to effectively get information from data.

    • JMP is a tool for expert data analysis, design of experiments, and Six Sigma implementation. Visit JMP Learning Library for additional resources:http://www.jmp.com/learn

    • LabView is a graphical programming platform that helps engineers scale from design to test, and from small to large systems.

    • Lynda.com was upgraded toLinkedIn Learning on June 13, 2019.

      All NYUAD students, faculty, staff, and researchers are eligible for accounts with LinkedIn Learning, an online library of high-quality instructional videos on the latest software tools and skills, such as the Adobe Creative Suite, Final Cut Pro and Microsoft Office. For access, visitLinkedIn Learning and select 'Sign in' and then 'Sign in with your organization portal' and enter nyu.edu on the next page. You'll then be prompted to log in with your NYU netID and password for full access.

    • Maple is mathematical and analytical software.

      • Version: 15
      • OS: Windows, Mac, Linux
      • License: Access is provided through a license server, use outside of NYU networks requires VPN connection
      • Installation guide is available on request. Email us atnyuad.academictech@nyu.edu
    • A multi-scale materials simulation platform for product design and development. Users can BUILD the digital twin of the product at the desired scale, SIMULATE its properties and ANALYZE complex output in a human-readable form.

    • A programming environment designed for mathematical computations.

      • Version: 13.3
      • OS: Windows, Mac, Linux
      • License: Standalone.Please contactnyuad.academictech@nyu.edufor assistance with installing Mathematica.
    • A programming environment designed for mathematical computations.

    • Max/Cycling'74 is an infinitely flexible space to create your own interactive software.

    • MAXQDA is a software program designed for computer-assisted qualitative and mixed methods data, text, and multimedia analysis in academic, scientific, and business institutions.

    • Minitab is statistical software for quality and process improvement.

      • Version: 16
      • OS: Windows
      • License: Access is provided through a license server, use outside of NYU networks requires VPN connection
      • Installation guide is available on request: nyuad.academictech@nyu.edu
    • Mnova is a multivendor software suite designed for combined NMR, LC/GC/MS, and Electronic and Vibrational Spectroscopic techniques.

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      Register for the The New York Times Digital Edition and read it on a computer or mobile device. Once you are registered you may access The NYT Digital Edition anywhere in the world.

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      If you have any questions, please contact the NYU Libraries Troubleshooting Team atjira.edatabases@nyu.edu.

    • LabVIEW is systems engineering software for applications that require test, measurement, and control with rapid access to hardware and data insights.

    • Origin is the data analysis and graphing software of choice for over half a million scientists and engineers in commercial industries, academia, and government laboratories worldwide. Origin offers an easy-to-use interface for beginners, combined with the ability to perform advanced customization as you become more familiar with the application.

    • Pro Tools makes music creation fast and fluid, providing the GRAMMY® winning DAW toolset and plugins the pros use to create your favorite songs and albums.

    • Qualtrics is a tool for creating and administering web-based surveys for research, teaching, and administrative needs. Qualtrics is available to NYU faculty, staff, students and researchers as part of a university-wide license that is managed and supported by NYU Data Services in New York, a joint ITS and Libraries service.

      Qualtrics makes it easy to create surveys ranging from simple to complex, and includes features such as question mapping based on response type, the ability to export response data to statistical software such as SPSS and a collaboration feature for working with others.

      Access

      You can access Qualtrics using your netID and password, or searching for ‘Qualtrics’ in the Library’s Databases A-Z tab. For more information, please visit the NYU Qualtrics Help Guide, visit Qualtrics University for tutorials and FAQs, or email the Academic Technology team.

    • Reason combines the synths, samplers, and drum machines of Reason with Record's audio recording and mixing features Record.

    • 3D software to create, edit, analyze, document, render, animate, and translate NURBS curves, surfaces and solids, subdivision geometry (SubD), point clouds, and polygon meshes. There are no limits on complexity, degree, or size beyond those of your hardware.

    • SAP2000 offers a single user interface to perform modeling, analysis, design, and reporting. The customizable SAP2000 interface allows users to define window layouts and toolbar layouts.

    • Complete software for writing, playing, printing, and publishing music notation.

    • Solidworks is a 3D mechanical CAD (computer-aided design) program.

    • SPSS is a statistical analysis package.

      • Version: 29
      • OS: Windows, Mac, Linux
      • License: Standalone -ONLY available on NYUAD issued computers, a licence key will be provided on request tonyuad.academictech@nyu.edu
      • Windows Installation Guide(PDF)
      • Mac Installation Guide(PDF)
      • Linux Installation on request:nyuad.academictech@nyu.edu
    • A statistical analysis package.

      • Version: 13
      • OS: Windows
      • License: Access is provided through a license server, use outside of NYU networks requires VPN connection.
      • Windows Installation Guide(PDF)
    • Stata statistical software is a complete, integrated statistical software package that provides everything you need for data analysis, data management, and graphics.

    • Create professional looking presentations for your classes fast using think-cell.

      • OS: Windows, Mac (MS Office/Powerpoint is required)
      • License: Standalone — a license key will be supplied by CAT team on request.

      Do you use PowerPoint to present in your classes? If so, think-cell — used by most consulting firms — might save you a significant amount of working time and enable you to create professional looking presentations for your coursework.Knowing think-cell could be a valuable skill as you enter the workplace since many employers, including top consulting firms and investment banks, use the software.

      think-cell is free to NYUAD students, faculty, and staff. It takes just minutes to learn by watching the short video tutorials available for each chart type. See below for helpful training resources and instructions on how to download think-cell.

      Why should you consider using think-cell?

      • Creating your charts takes 70 percent less time.
      • Create 40+ chart types, including waterfall, Gantt, and Mekko charts in just 2-3 minutes.
      • 90 percent less time when making alterations.
      • Automate changes to your charts with think-cell.
      • Gain professional skills.
      • Become proficient with the charting software used by top consulting and investment firms.
      • Better results
      • Improve your class presentations and impress your audience.

      How to download think-cell

    • Visual Studio is a Microsoft developer tool.

    • New Subscribers

      Activate your Wall Street Journal subscription and read it on a computer or mobile device.Once you are registered you may access The WSJ anywhere in the world.

      Current Subscribers

      Reactivate Your Existing Wall Street Journal Subscription

      If you are already a Wall Street Journal subscriber, you need to reactivate your subscription to take advantage of the free one. Here’s how:

      1. Call 1-800-JOURNAL to cancel your personal subscription.
      2. Go to WSJ.com/NYU to activate your free Wall Street Journal university account.
      3. Select your “Account type” as either “Student” (enter your graduation date) or “Professor/Staff.”
      4. Input your email and create a password, then click “Create.”
      5. A confirmation page will confirm that your academic WSJ account has been activated. Click on “Okay, Let’s Go” to customize your experience.

      If you have any questions, please contact academicsupport@dowjones.com or 1-800-JOURNAL

      • Version: 10.2
      • OS: Windows
      • License: Standalone
      • Installation guide is available on request. eEmail us atnyuad.academictech@nyu.edu
  • Please note, you need to login with your NetID to access user guides.

    • Adobe Express includes all the same great functionality and content as Adobe Spark, plus so much more. You can still quickly and easily create graphics, collages, flyers, videos, and animations with access to millions of templates, images, icons, and effects. For an overview visit Adobe.com.

      • Version: Express
      • OS:Web and IOS based
      • License: Standalone
      • Access Guide (PDF)
    • Aimsun Next is a multi-resolution, multi-modal modeling tool.

      Simulate mobility on any scale from whole regions to cities, zones, subnetworks, and all the way down to highways, corridors and individual junctions.

    • Altium Designer is one of the most popular of the high-end PCB design software packages on the market today. It is developed and marketed by Altium Limited. Including a schematic, PCB module, and an auto-router and differential pair routing features, it supports track length tuning and 3D modeling.

    • Ansys is an engineering simulation software for use across the product life cycle.

      • ArcGIS Pro
      • OS: Windows
      • License: Standalone
      • ArcGIS Pro is available to request from the NYU Libraries Data Services Team.
        Please visit their web page to access the request formhere.
    • Powerful workbench for the qualitative analysis of large bodies of data.

      • Version: 9
      • OS: Windows, Mac
      • License: Standalone
      • Installation guide available on request: nyuad.academictech@nyu.edu
    • 3D modeling software

    • Please contactnyuad.academictech@nyu.edufor assistance with access to the Library’s Bloomberg terminals in C2-303. Remote access was withdrawn from 1st July 2022.

    • The world's repository of experimentally determined organic and metal-organic crystal structures.

      • Version: 2024.1
      • OS: Windows, Mac, Linux
      • License: Standalone
      • Windows Installation Guide(PDF)
      • Mac Installation Guide(PDF)
      • Linux Installation on request:nyuad.academictech@nyu.edu
    • ChemDraw Professional is the complete drawing tool of choice for chemists and biologists to create publication-ready, scientifically intelligent drawings for use in ELNs, databases, and publications, and for querying chemical databases, now including SciFinder©.

      • Version: 22.2
      • OS: Windows, Mac
      • License: Standalone
      • Installation guide is available on on the NYU Libraries pagehere.
      • Simulate real-world designs, devices, and processes with multiphysics software from COMSOL.
      • General-purpose simulation software based on advanced numerical methods.
      • Fully coupled multiphysics and single-physics modeling capabilities.
      • Complete modeling workflow, from geometry to postprocessing.
      • User-friendly tools for building and deploying simulation apps.

      Program Information

    • DNASTAR Lasergene is bioinformatics software for molecular cloning, primer design, next-gen sequencing, multiple sequence alignments, and transcriptome analysis.

    • EndNote is a tool for publishing and managing bibliographies, citations, and references.

    • ETABS offers a single user interface to perform modeling, analysis, design, and reporting. There is no limit to the number of model windows, model manipulation views, and data views.

    • Harris IDL is a scientific programming language used across disciplines to create meaningful visualizations out of complex numerical data. From small-scale analysis programs to widely deployed applications, IDL provides the comprehensive computing environment needed to effectively get information from data.

    • JMP is a tool for expert data analysis, design of experiments, and Six Sigma implementation. Visit JMP Learning Library for additional resources:http://www.jmp.com/learn

    • LabView is a graphical programming platform that helps engineers scale from design to test, and from small to large systems.

        • Lynda.com was upgraded toLinkedIn Learning on June 13, 2019.

          All NYUAD students, faculty, staff, and researchers are eligible for accounts with LinkedIn Learning, an online library of high-quality instructional videos on the latest software tools and skills, such as the Adobe Creative Suite, Final Cut Pro and Microsoft Office. For access, visitLinkedIn Learning and select 'Sign in' and then 'Sign in with your organization portal' and enter nyu.edu on the next page. You'll then be prompted to log in with your NYU netID and password for full access.

        • A multi-scale materials simulation platform for product design and development. Users can BUILD the digital twin of the product at the desired scale, SIMULATE its properties and ANALYZE complex output in a human-readable form.

        • A programming environment designed for mathematical computations.

          • Version: 13.3
          • Operating System: Windows, Mac, Linux
          • License Details: Standalone.Please contactnyuad.academictech@nyu.edufor assistance with installing Mathematica.
        • A programming environment designed for mathematical computations.

          • Version: 2023
          • Operating System: Windows, Mac, Linux
          • License Details: Standalone —Using netID@nyu.edu to authenticate.
          • Windows Installation Guide(PDF)
          • Mac Installation Guide(PDF)
          • Linux Installation guide is available on requestemail us atnyuad.academictech@nyu.edu
        • Max/Cycling'74 is an infinitely flexible space to create your own interactive software.

        • MAXQDA is a software program designed for computer-assisted qualitative and mixed methods data, text, and multimedia analysis in academic, scientific, and business institutions.

        • Minitab is statistical software for quality and process improvement.

          • Version: 16
          • Operating System: Windows
          • Licensing Details: Access is provided through a license server, use outside of NYU networks requires VPN connection
          • Installation guide is available on requestemail us atnyuad.academictech@nyu.edu
        • Mnova is a multivendor software suite designed for combined NMR, LC/GC/MS, and Electronic and Vibrational Spectroscopic techniques.

        • New Subscribers

          Register for the The New York Times Digital Edition and read it on a computer or mobile device. Once you are registered you may access The NYT Digital Edition anywhere in the world.

          To activate your account the first time, go toaccessnyt.com.

          For Current Subscribers

          Reactivate Your Existing New York Times Subscription

          If you are already a New York Times subscriber, you need to reactivate your subscription to take advantage of the free one. Here’s how:

          1. Log out of nytimes.com on all your devices.
          2. Go to accessnyt.com.
          3. Find your school name by selecting “New York University” from the dropdown menu.
          4. Click “Already have an account? Log in here.”
          5. Input your existing New York Times login credentials.
          6. Select your status as “student” (enter your graduation date) or “faculty/staff.”
          7. Click “Login” and you will be directed to nytimes.com.

          By (re)activating your account, you reaffirm your consent to our Terms of Service and acknowledge our Privacy Policy.

          If you have any questions, please contact the NYU Libraries Troubleshooting Team atjira.edatabases@nyu.edu.

        • LabVIEW is systems engineering software for applications that require test, measurement, and control with rapid access to hardware and data insights.

        • Origin is the data analysis and graphing software of choice for over half a million scientists and engineers in commercial industries, academia, and government laboratories worldwide. Origin offers an easy-to-use interface for beginners, combined with the ability to perform advanced customization as you become more familiar with the application.

        • Pro Tools makes music creation fast and fluid, providing the GRAMMY® winning DAW toolset and plugins the pros use to create your favorite songs and albums.

        • Qualtrics is a tool for creating and administering web-based surveys for research, teaching, and administrative needs. Qualtrics is available to NYU faculty, staff, students and researchers as part of a university-wide license that is managed and supported by NYU Data Services in New York, a joint ITS and Libraries service.

          Qualtrics makes it easy to create surveys ranging from simple to complex, and includes features such as question mapping based on response type, the ability to export response data to statistical software such as SPSS and a collaboration feature for working with others.

          Access

          You can access Qualtrics using your netID and password, or searching for ‘Qualtrics’ in the Library’s Databases A-Z tab. For more information, please visit the NYU Qualtrics Help Guide, visit Qualtrics University for tutorials and FAQs, or email the Academic Technology team.

        • Reason combines the synths, samplers, and drum machines of Reason with Record's audio recording and mixing features Record.

        • 3D software to create, edit, analyze, document, render, animate, and translate NURBS curves, surfaces and solids, subdivision geometry (SubD), point clouds, and polygon meshes. There are no limits on complexity, degree, or size beyond those of your hardware.

        • SAP2000 offers a single user interface to perform modeling, analysis, design, and reporting. The customizable SAP2000 interface allows users to define window layouts and toolbar layouts.

        • Complete software for writing, playing, printing, and publishing music notation.

        • Solidworks is a 3D mechanical CAD (computer-aided design) program.

        • Spartan Student Edition provides molecular modeling software and modern computational methods to explore general, organic, physical, and inorganic chemistry topics in undergraduate chemistry.

        • A statistical analysis package.

          • Version: 13
          • Operating System: Windows
          • License Details: Access is provided through a license server, use outside of NYU networks requires VPN connection
          • Windows Installation Guide
        • Stata statistical software is a complete, integrated statistical software package that provides everything you need for data analysis, data management, and graphics.

        • Create professional looking presentations for your classes fast using think-cell.

          • Operating System: Windows, Mac (MS Office/Powerpoint is required)
          • License Details: Standalone — a license key will be supplied by CAT team on request.

          Do you use PowerPoint to present in your classes? If so, think-cell — used by most consulting firms — might save you a significant amount of working time and enable you to create professional looking presentations for your coursework.Knowing think-cell could be a valuable skill as you enter the workplace since many employers, including top consulting firms and investment banks, use the software.

          think-cell is free to NYUAD students, faculty, and staff. It takes just minutes to learn by watching the short video tutorials available for each chart type. See below for helpful training resources and instructions on how to download think-cell.

          Why should you consider using think-cell?

          • Creating your charts takes 70% less time
            Create 40+ chart types, including waterfall, Gantt, and Mekko charts in just 2-3 minutes
          • 90% less time when making alterations
            Automate changes to your charts with think-cell
          • Gain professional skills
            Become proficient with the charting software used by top consulting and investment firms
          • Better results
            Improve your class presentations and impress your audience

          How to download think-cell

        • Visual Studio is a Microsoft developer tool.

        • New Subscribers

          Activate your Wall Street Journal subscription and read it on a computer or mobile device.Once you are registered you may access The WSJ anywhere in the world.

          Current Subscribers

          Reactivate Your Existing Wall Street Journal Subscription

          If you are already a Wall Street Journal subscriber, you need to reactivate your subscription to take advantage of the free one. Here’s how:

          1. Call 1-800-JOURNAL to cancel your personal subscription.
          2. Go to WSJ.com/NYU to activate your free Wall Street Journal university account.
          3. Select your “Account type” as either “Student” (enter your graduation date) or “Professor/Staff.”
          4. Input your email and create a password, then click “Create.”
          5. A confirmation page will confirm that your academic WSJ account has been activated. Click on “Okay, Let’s Go” to customize your experience.

          If you have any questions, please contact academicsupport@dowjones.com or 1-800-JOURNAL

          • Version: 10.2
          • Operating System: Windows
          • License Details: Standalone
          • Installation guide is available on requestemail us atnyuad.academictech@nyu.edu

      Software Support

      We provide support for the procurement, licensing, installation and troubleshooting of academic software supporting either the curriculum or research. A variety of academic software is available through site or network licenses. If the software you require is not listed below, email us atnyuad.academictech@nyu.eduwith the name of the software, anticipated usage (curriculum or research), and any other relevant information.

      Offsite Installation of Software

      Installation of software on computers not located at the Library, is normally provided by utilizing TeamViewer, which provides secure remote support for license distribution. You may be asked to download the TeamViewer client and provide the secure code to perform this task.

      Funding for Software

      Funding for software that is used for research purposes will be billed to either the faculty research budget or to the relevant department if a previous agreement has been reached.

      Software on Public Computers

      A variety of software packages are also available for faculty, researchers, staff, and students to use on public use computers across the NYUAD campus. See our list ofNYUAD Software on Public Computers.

      Center for Academic Technology

      The Center for Academic Technology (CAT) is the one-stop shop where NYU Abu Dhabi students, faculty, and staff can receive help with their academic technology needs.

      The team supports students, faculty, and staff in using technology, software, and equipment for their teaching and research. This team also supports classroom technology services and audio-visual services on campus. They are located in the NYUAD Library.

      Software for Research and Teaching (2024)

      FAQs

      Which software is used for research? ›

      Some essential research tools include search engines like Google Scholar, JSTOR, and PubMed, reference management software like Zotero, Mendeley, and EndNote, statistical analysis tools like SPSS, R, and Stata, writing tools like Microsoft Word and Grammarly, and data visualization tools like Tableau and Excel. 1.

      What types of software might you use in your lessons or curriculum? ›

      Best Education Software in 2024
      • Canvas: The LMS for Easy Learning and Productivity. ...
      • Blackboard Learn: The LMS for Assessment and Content Reporting. ...
      • Google Classroom: The LMS for Course Creation. ...
      • Wisenet: Leading Cloud-Hosted Education and Training Application. ...
      • Workday Student: A Web-Hosted Campus Management Tool.

      What software would a teacher use? ›

      Learning management system (LMS)

      LMSs are software tools that help teachers manage their online coursework. These systems help teachers build, store, and deliver online curriculum. This can include everything from syllabi and digital notes to video instructions and online assessments.

      What software do most universities use? ›

      Best Higher Education Software include:

      Cengage MindTap, TargetX, from Liaison, SAP for Higher Education and Research, Rosetta Stone Language Learning Software, Unifyed Student Information System, Interfolio Dossier, CampusLogic, RedShelf, Diamond Mind and EverTrue Engage.

      What is the best platform to use in research? ›

      Popular platforms include Qualtrics, SurveyGizmo, SurveyMonkey, and Google Forms. You may have access to at least one of these platforms through your institution. If a study employs a more complex behavioral task, consider using an experiment-hosting platform. Popular platforms include Gorilla, Inquisit, and Pavlovia.

      What are the five examples of instructional software? ›

      There are five basic categories of Instructional Software: Drill and practice, Tutorials, Simulations, Instructional Games, and Problem-solving programs.

      What is the most popular instructional design software? ›

      One of the most popular tools, if not the most popular tool, is Articulate Storyline 360. It's used by most corporate teams, and it's the most in-demand technical skill for instructional designers. So if you're looking for just one tool to get started, then Storyline is the way to go.

      What apps do teachers use to teach? ›

      12 Best Apps for Teachers to Use in the Classroom Features Summary Table
      FreckleFree
      Duet$20 Monthly
      Seesaw$12.99
      TeacherkitFree
      İSpring QuizmakerFree
      9 more rows
      May 3, 2024

      What tool does a teacher use? ›

      Teachers can use digital whiteboards or introductory videos to introduce a new lesson to make learning more engaging and effective. There are many free online tools for teachers to teach creatively and effectively.

      What technology do teachers use? ›

      Education technology is the backbone of any successful remote or hybrid classroom, and while there are many tech tools for teachers to choose from, popular education technology services are Google Classroom and Apex Learning.

      What is a software that is used by teachers and students to support and enhance teaching and learning activities called? ›

      This type of software is often called classroom management software. While teachers often choose to use educational software from other categories in their IT suites (e.g. reference works, children's software), a whole category of educational software has grown up specifically intended to assist classroom teaching.

      What software is most commonly used? ›

      The most common examples of applications used by millions daily are listed below.
      • A suite of Microsoft products such as MS Office, PowerPoint, MS Word, Excel, and Outlook.
      • Internet browsers like Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, etc.
      • Graphics and design software such as Adobe Photoshop, CorelDraw, and AutoCAD.

      What is the most common application software? ›

      Examples of Application Software

      The most frequent applications used by millions of people on a daily basis are listed below. A collection of Microsoft software including MS Office, PowerPoint, Word, Excel, and Outlook. Common Internet browsers like Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, etc.

      What is the use of software in research? ›

      Sometimes the software itself is the instrument: it generates research data, validates research data, or tests hypotheses. This includes computational methods or models and simulations, such as climate models, agent-based models in the social sciences, hardware simulators, etc.

      What software do you use to write a research paper? ›

      Table 1
      TitleWebsiteMeant for
      Apache OpenOfficehttps://www.openoffice.orgTyping, Basic statistics, Presentation
      WPS officehttps://www.wps.com/ downloadTyping, Basic statistics, Presentation
      JAMOVIhttps://www.jamovi.orgStatistical analysis
      ZOTEROhttps://www.zotero.orgBibliography or reference management
      8 more rows
      Sep 30, 2023

      Is Excel a research tool? ›

      Excel is easy-to-use for many basic data analysis, and is much more convenient for data entry and shape manipulating. However, Excel can be a poor choice for statistical analysis beyond textbook examples, the simplest descriptive statistics, or for more than a very few columns.

      What software do research analysts use? ›

      Tool FAQs for Research Analysts

      Opt for tools that are industry-standard, such as SQL for databases, Python or R for statistical analysis, and Tableau for data visualization. Consider the scalability, compatibility with data sources, and community support.

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