This page will soon be a resource for all Columbia University students, staff, and affiliates to get answers to questions such as:
What is ENVI? When would I use NVivo? What is MestReNova?
Locations for Specific Software
Where in the Libraries can I use a workstation with Photoshop, ArcGIS, OCR software, or any other software offered by the Libraries?
Available Software by Location
What software is available in the Digital Humanities Center, in Lehman Library, in the Butler Media Lab, or in any other Library location?
Assistance and Documentation
Where can I find tutorials, manuals, and training resources about particular software programs?
What software is available for download by Columbia students, staff, or others?
What are my chances of getting an available computer with the software I need in the Digital Science Center, Digital Social Science Center, Engineering Library, or any other specific Library location?
While this new project to consolidate the available information about technology in the Libraries is under development, there are several places to look for answers to the questions above:
The Digital Centers provide software, equipment, expertise and training in the use of advanced technology for research and coursework.
Digital Humanities Center
Digital Science Center
Digital Social Science Center
Digital Music Lab
Equipment & Software List
Butler Media Center
The Butler Media Center supports the playback of multiple visual and audio formats.
CUIT Managed Labs
Software in CUIT Labs and Clusters
Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library
18 Digital Science Center computers and several internet kiosk stations.
2 Digital Science Center computers and several internet kiosk stations.
... and many more!
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