I am teaching a course on analytical chemistry, and I would like to give my students MS, IR and NMR spectra to practice with.
It would be ideal if they could analyze spectra in a more "realistic" way than looking at photocopies of spectra from SDBS. Ideally we'd get some newish (not 30 years old) spectra in an interface where students could, for instance, integrate NMR peaks and zoom into multiplets, automatically get a list of wavenumbers in IR spectra, maybe even deconvolute mass spectra.
I talked to MestReNova, but we can't afford it.
BioRad's SpectraBase might be the best resource I found so far, but it's not as interactive as I'd like it to be.
There is a nice collection at UCLA specifically for teaching but it's 20 years old, mostly static, and pixelated.
I'd appreciate any pointers to suitable collections of molecular spectra, or to free (or cheap) software for spectral analysis.