Software Available On Library PC’s
Alden Library offers many different types of computer software to help you with your academic tasks. Write your papers using Microsoft Word or Apple Pages; edit your photos with Adobe Photoshop and create audio/video projects with iMovie or Final Cut Pro, just to name a few.
Windows-based computers are located on all 7 floors of the library.
Below is a sampling of software that is available on our public computers.
Click on the name of each software program listed below. This link will connect you to the Safari Books Online database.
With Safari Books Online, you can search for technology related books; specific chapters in technology books or software help videos. Topics include help with learning specific computer software/programs or to help you improve you technology related skills. You can also search for Safari Books Online from our home page under the Databases tab.
Photoshop Elements→ Create Digital Images
Flash → Create interactive websites
In-Design → Create Page Layouts
Adobe Acrobat Professional → Create PDF’s
Dreamweaver → Web Development
Photoshop → Create Digital Images
Fireworks→ Manage web images
Illustrator→ Create Visual Media
Math & Statistics
SAS→Analyze large datasets
SamplePower2→Find your best sample size for research
Pop Tools→Excel add-in for statistics
MatLab→Mathematical Analysis Software
SPSS→Statistical & Data Management
S-Plus→Data modeling & statistical analysis
Introductory Algebra→Learn Basic Algebra
Geometer’s Sketchpad→Formatting tools for mathematical notation & styled text
Additional Installed Software
AutoCAD→Coordinates-Based Drawing Tool
Google Earth→Virtual Globe & Map
Kurzweil 3000→Reading & Writing Tool for those with learning disabilities
Read & Write→Reading & Writing Tool for those with learning disabilities
Snipping Tool→Screen Capture Tool
Write-N-Cite→Assistance in writing citations