Commercial, free/Open Source and some locally developed applications are licensed, installed, and maintained on Athena to support course work.
GIS enable users to visualize and analyze spatial information in a dynamic, digital environment. GIS software provides tools for integrating, querying and analyzing a wide variety of data types, such as scientific and cultural data, satellite imagery and arial photography, as well as data collected by individuals, into projects, with geographic locations providing the integral link between all the data. MIT provides access to multiple GIS packages, including software from ESRI and PCI Geomatica.
Libraries / DUE OEIT
Comprehensive, up-to-date, information on mathematical software and resources at MIT, including MATLAB, Maple, and others. Find pointers to licensing information, training, and curriculum integration of mathematical software and other computational technologies at MIT.
Faculty, instructors, and TAs can request free support for using mathematical tools in the classroom by contacting the Educational Technology Consultants directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Faculty and TA support
Limited general support
Software available to the MIT community for downloading. Windows, Macintosh and Linux platforms.
Project consulting, development, coordination, deployment, interpretation of global e-learning specifications and standards such as those from the Open Knowledge Initiative (OKI), infrastructure integration.
Selected listing of statistical analysis software available at MIT.
The New Media Center (NMC) provides the MIT community the tools necessary to produce multimedia projects, such as digital video, photo scanning and manipulation, web authoring and more. The NMC is a "do-it-yourself" cluster of G4 Power macs loaded with the latest multimedia software.
These are a collection of collaboration tools used by the MIT Community. They allow people to share files, communicate and collaborate online no matter where they're physically located.