We have grouped resources by discipline. These resources were made for a variety of audiences, so you will need to review them and make modifications before assigning anything to students.

Note: None of the resources are from the University of Missouri, but are crowd-sourced. Please be aware that fees, varying accessibility and reliance on Java may impede the practical use of the resource. However, they are a place to start.

Resources by discipline


 Architecture and Design

  • AutoCAD—DWG Viewer & Editor: It is a DWG viewing and editing app with easy-to-use drawing and drafting tools. Users can view, create and edit DWG files on mobile devices—anytime, anywhere. Not free.


  • 3D Brain, with both Google Play and iOS versions, free. 
  • Muscle System Pro II: Gain a better understanding of how the muscles in the body work and how they're all working together in this great anatomy app.
  • Frog Dissection: If a real-life dissection turns your stomach, then try out this digital version instead. It's just as educational, but without all the frog carnage. 
  • ATI Testing: Real Life™ is an interactive simulation tool designed to help nursing students develop the critical thinking, clinical reasoning, and clinical judgment skill they’ll need as a practicing nurse. Available as part of the AutoAccess program. Contact autoaccessfaculty@umsystem.edu if you plan to adopt this material.
  • Clover Learning: online learning resources support radiography and computed tomography students and workers through a "best in industry" catalog of unique and engaging video lessons, quizzes, interactive learning tools and Certification Exam prep question bank. Available as part of the AutoAccess program. Contact autoaccessfaculty@umsystem.edu if you plan to adopt this material.

STEM labs

Air space
  • The NASA app provides thousands of images and videos from around the agency for all learners with space interest. In addition, this app also updates frequently to offer space-focused content including engaging features and news stories. Tapping on an image pulls up an in-depth article about each NASA mission.
  • NASA Lunar Electric Rover Simulator: Space enthusiasts young and old will appreciate this application from NASA. It allows users to get an idea of what it's like to control a lunar rover, offering up a series of missions on the moon to complete.
  • Planets: This 3D guide to the solar system is the perfect tool for an aspiring astronomer, helping in learning the constellations, planets and moons. iOs version, free.
  • PhET simulations (many simulations are Java or HTML5)
  • Periodic Table app: In the Periodic Table application you will find a huge amount of data about chemical elements for free.
  • PhET simulations (many simulations are Java or HTML5)
  • Chem1 Virtual Textbook, a resource for General Chemistry aimed mainly at the first-year university level.
  • Khan Academy
  • PhET simulations (many simulations are Java or HTML5)
  • Graphing Calculator
  • Apollonius: This interactive geometry software allows users to make geometric constructions that would normally require a compass, ruler or other special tools.
  • Mathstronaut: Blast off to math mastery with Mathstronaut, an educational game that asks players to complete a variety of math puzzles in order to travel through space. It has both Google Play and iOS versions.
  • Graphing Calculator + Math, Algebra & Calculus: Free, it is a scientific graphing calculator integrated with algebra and is an indispensable mathematical tool for students from high school to those in college or graduate school, or just anyone who needs more than what a basic calculator offers. It is designed to replace bulky and costly handheld graphing calculators and works on virtually any Android phone or tablet.
Mechanical engineering
  • LEGO 4+: With this game, users can play with LEGOs without even having them on hand, building trucks, helicopters, and other vehicles to deliver cargo to a given destination, without getting derailed along the way.
  • Paper Bridge: In this educational game, players have to engineer a bridge that will carry vehicles from point A to point B, without collapsing.
  • PhET simulations (many simulations are Java or HTML5)
  • Khan Academy is a great free platform to practice math, science, and computer science skills by watching the videos and completing the activities. The app has both Google Play and iOS versions.
  • Tracker video analysis
Technology/ Computer science
  • PHP Cheat Sheet: High school and college students will appreciate this reference app to help them with PHP programming.
  • Textastic: From HTML to Python, you'll be able to do all the coding you need for web design courses right from your iPad.
  • FTPon the Go: Uploading websites and maintaining online information is a whole lot easier with this FTP app that lets you log into a server from anywhere.
General Interest

Science General

  • Science Glossary: Look up the names of famous scientists, scientific terms, and other essential information in this free reference application for iPhone and iPad.
  • Videoscience, iTunes, Free. This app provides more than 80 videos for hands-on science lessons, which are appropriate for activities in science library, club or classroom.
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