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Equipment Collections at Emory

The Audio/Visuals Collection at the Roberts W. Woodruff Library's Music and Media Library is a pool of audio visuals equipment, readily available for the Emory community.

Software Accessibility

This software guide is based on the Lab Software Matrix developed by Student Digital Life.

This matrix shows what specialized software is available by location on campus.

The red shaded columns are located in the Woodruff Main Library.

All computers on campus provide Office productivity tools and other standard applications.

Bowden* 

Building H

Cox Hall  

DUC  

SAAC  

Tarbutton* 

TechLab 

Learning Commons 

MediaLab 

ECDS Mac**

ECDS PC**

Health Sciences Library 

Adobe Creative Cloud

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ArcGIS

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Blender

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Final Cut Pro X

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Garageband

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iMovie

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Matlab

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Mathematica

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MaxQDA

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Meshmixer

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Nvivo

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R and Rstudio

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SAS

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Sibelius

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SPSS

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Stat-Transfer

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Ucinet

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* This lab has restricted access.  For hours and restrictions, please see Student Digital Life's Student Labs page.
 
** For a more complete list of specialized software available from the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (located on the third floor of the Woodruff Main Library), see the ECDS Software Availability box below.
 
 

ECDS Software Availability

The Emory Center for Digital Scholarship provides access to additional specialized software:

On Macintosh Computers:

Adobe Acrobat Pro
Adobe Fireworks
Adobe InDesign
Adobe Photoshop
Aquamacs
Audacity
Final Cut Pro
IBM SPSS
iBooks Author
iDVD
iMovie
MPEG Streamclip
Prizmo
R
RStudio
SmartSVN
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On Windows Computers:

Adobe Acrobat Pro
Adobe Fireworks
Adobe InDesign
Adobe Photoshop
ArcGIS
ENVI
ERDAS Imagine
Esri CityEngine
FME Workbench
Google Earth Pro
IBM SPSS
Layout
Microsoft Access 2013
Microsoft OneNote 2013
Microsoft Publisher 2013
Microsoft Spreadsheet Compare 2013
Nook Study
Notepad++
Quantum GIS
R
RStudio
SAS
SketchUp
StataSE
StatTransfer

Software Resources

Emory offers many free or discounted software resources to faculty, staff, and students:

Free MS Office Suite for Students: Here you can find detailed instructions for downloading basic MS Office tools from your email online.

Software Express (FREE software) and Software Distribution (discounted software licenses) are two separate sites for Emory faculty, staff, and students.  Click here for links to both of these pages.  These software pages allow Emory community members access to download most of the software that is available on the Learning Commons, ECDS, and MediaLab computers.

Sibelius composition software is available at discounted educational pricing. Both the purchase and monthly/annual subscriptions are discounted for students, faculty, and staff.   Click here for their website and educational pricing options.

Student Technical Support

Student Technology Support (STS) is a free service for Emory students providing technical support and assistance for a variety of issues on student-owned devices including computers, mobile phones, and tablets.

To check on the status of a checked-in device, please call 404-727-5093. The Student Tech Support office does NOT provide phone support.  If you need immediate phone support, please contact the University Service Desk at 404-727-7777.

Click here for the Student Technology Support main page including hours of operation.

Computing Center at Cox Hall

Located on the second floor of Cox Hall, the Computing Center combines flexible space with integrated technologies to encourage collaboration and facilitate faculty/student interactions.  Creative lighting, large computer workstations, LED display screens, reservable classrooms, and comfortable seating all combine to form a modern, relaxed atmosphere perfect for group study or just a cup of coffee.

Phone: 404.727.7549

Email: SDL@emory.edu

Click here for the Cox Hall Computing Center  main page including hours of operation.

Click here for a list of equipment that is circulated from the Computing Center at Cox Hall.

 

Student Labs

There are Graduate, Undergraduate, and Micro Labs located in buildings across the Emory Campus.  For access, hours, location, and resources available in each lab, see the Student Digital Life Student Labs page HERE.

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