Apps for Academics: Mobile Websites and Apps

Looking for suggestions for apps students will find helpful for their classes and research? MIT libraries at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has put together a  series of libguides featuring useful apps for academics

The lists feature  assistive technology apps and tools, many of which are free.  Each listed app is briefly described and links to down the app and/or learn more are included. The apps are organized by the following categories:

Faculty and staff will also find many of apps featured useful.


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