Software & systems

Information about the software available on information commons computers across campus, the systems in use at ANU and advice on obtaining software and keeping it up-to-date.

All software

  • (Accessibility) A computer screen reader program that allows blind and visually impaired users to read the...
  • Presentations on Mac computers. Keynote for Mac makes it simple to create and deliver presentations. Powerful...
  • (Accessibility) Reading, Writing and Learning Assistance Software for Students
  • LibreOffice is a free productivity suite for Macintosh. LibreOffice contains six applications for all your...
  • Simulation tool and device model. Simulation tool and device model to allow even novice designers to quickly...
  • Computer language typesetting. Computer language designed for use in typesetting; in particular, for...
  • Powerful mathematics and modeling software.
  • Metadata translation and editing for both the beginner and advanced users.
  • Software for conservation planning. Used to build marine and terrestrial conservation systems for...
  • (Assistance software) A universal math reader that now enables math to be spoken in assistive technology...
  • Mathematical computation program - good at dealing with matrices.
  • High end 3D modeling and computer graphics.
  • Software for topics taught in the Mechanics of Materials course (also commonly called Strength of Materials...
  • (Assistance) Magnifier is a useful tool that enlarges part-or all-of your screen so you can see the words and...
  • (Assistance) Screen Reader - Hear text read aloud. Narrator is a screen reader that reads text on the screen...
  • Microsoft office suite, including Access, Excel, OneNote, Outlook, PowerPoint, Publisher, Word etc.
  • A computer program for free-form information gathering and multi-user collaboration. It gathers users' notes...
  • Project management software only available in two lab locations Copland [24] lab G021 and Engineering [32]...

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