About Study Spaces
If you need a computer, printing or scanning facilities, or would like to get some IT support from our staff, Study Spaces lets you find which spaces are best for you.
There are three types of computing spaces for students, located across multiple campuses:
- ICT Access Labs: These are our standard computer labs suited for individual study. The labs contain computers with student software and free internet access and printing facilities.
- Learning Hubs: This is a new type of space for students which combines a quiet, solo study areas and areas for students to engage in group work. There are four learning hubs on the City Campus, Wentworth, PNR, Brennan MacCallum and Carslaw. These spaces contain computers, wifi, and printing and scanning facilities.
- Libraries: The computers in all library spaces now run the same software as those in ICT computing facilities.
Every space has icons to show what features and services are available.
|Pods are available in this space|
|Coffee can be puchased nearby|
|ICT support staff are present|
|This space has 24 hour access|
|This space has printing services|
|Power outlets available|
|Flexible work areas for private or group study|
|Equipped with Apple devices|
|Equipped with Windows PCs|
Coffee by Cedric Cummings from the Noun Project
conference room by Dan Hetteix from the Noun Project
Printer by Creative Stall from the Noun Project
Plug-In by Edward Boatman from the Noun Project
negotiate by irene hoffman from the Noun Project