Software on Public Computers

All public computers on campus have a core set of applications on them and offer the ability to type in any of the languages taught at Middlebury and MIIS (http://go.middlebury.edu/ls).   This set of software differs for PC and Mac machines. 

To view the list of core software that is publicly available, click on the appropriate machine type below. If you don't see the program you want to use, scroll down to the table to see whether it is available only in specific public computer labs.

Core PC Software Applications (click to show listing)

The following software applications are installed on all Middlebury College ITS-imaged Windows public lab/classroom physical computers as part of our standard computer image.  (Note: There may exist 'specialty' labs that may not contain all of these applications but that is usually by request or design. -- ie. a specialized faculty research computer lab).

  • Adobe: Acrobat Reader and Flash Player
  • Adobe: Illustrator, InDesign, PhotoShop, Acrobat
    • Adobe licensing dictates installs only on physical machines and not available on our Virtual lab environment.
  • Audacity
  • Firefox
  • Google Earth Pro
  • Microsoft Office 2016 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
  • OCR Software: Microsoft Office Document Imaging (see OCR_Using_Microsoft_Office_Document_Imaging).
  • OIV (Artstor viewer)
  • PDF Creator
  • Sophos Antivirus
  • VLC Media Player
Core Mac Software Applications (click to show listing)

The following software applications are installed on all Middlebury College ITS-imaged Mac public lab/classroom physical computers as part of our standard computer image:

  • Adobe: Acrobat and Flash Player
  • Adobe: full Creative Cloud (CC) 2015 suite (including Animate, Indesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere, and Audition)
  • Amadeus Pro
  • Apple:  iMovie, iTunes, GarageBand, Photos, and QuickTime
  • Apple:  Pages, Numbers, and Keynote
  • Audacity
  • Blender
  • Google Earth Pro
  • Handbrake
  • Microsoft Office 2016 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
  • MPEG Streamclip
  • OIV (Artstor viewer)
  • SketchUp
  • Sophos Antivirus
  • VLC Media Player

Specialized Software

Some of the public computers on campus have special software that may be needed for coursework or other uses. The table below lists the additional applications that are available for public use, as well as where they can be found.

Note: This software list will change every semester based on the requests made by faculty in the software survey.  

 


COMPUTER LABS & CLASSROOMS

 

BUILDING KEY:   Arms Lib—Armstrong Library (within MBH); AXN—Axinn Center; JHN—Johnson; LIB—Davis Family Library; MBH—McCardell Bicentennial Hall; MNR—Munroe Hall; SDL—Sunderland Language Center

* indicates a Mac lab

SOFTWARE
AXN 105* JHN 206*

LIB 140

LIB 220 Wilson Media Lab* MBH - Arms Lib 161 MBH - Arms Lib

MBH 116/117

MNR 214

SDL 122

SDL 202

Virtual Lab

(thin-clients)

ArcGIS X X X X
AstroImageJ X X X
AutoCAD 2015
  X                  
Charges 2000                 X  
ChemDraw Pro             X        
E-Prime 2             X        
EViews 9
    X          X    X  
Final Draft X X X
ImageJ X
Maple 2016 X X X X X X X
Mathematica 10.4 X X X X X X X
MATLAB R2016x X X X X
MAXQDA
            X        
Multisim             X     X  
SAOImage DS9         X X X        
SPSS 24 X X X X X X X
Stata/MP 14 X X X X X X X
STELLA
X X