Find personalized think-cell help, a searchable user manual, and targeted video tutorials.
The Center for Academic Technology provides a range of academic software, and troubleshooting services.
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 for detailed instructions on 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 email at email@example.com.
The world's repository of experimentally determined organic and metal-organic crystal structures.
Lynda.com was upgraded to LinkedIn 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, visit LinkedIn 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.
A programming environment designed for mathematical computations.
Minitab is statistical software for quality and process improvement.
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 to accessnyt.com.
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:
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.
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.
Rosetta Stone is interactive software for language learning. Our students are eligible to learn one language at a time and can choose from 22 different languages, including Arabic, Chinese, French, Spanish, Italian, Hindi, and Tagalog. Note that Rosetta Stone is best for beginners. Advanced learners will be better served by SCOLA. To apply, students should come to the NYUAD Library Information Desk, or email firstname.lastname@example.org if they are studying away.
SPSS is a statistical analysis package.
A statistical analysis package.
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.
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.
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.
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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 at firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the software, anticipated usage (curriculum or research), and any other relevant information.
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 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.
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 of NYUAD Software on Public Computers.
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.