This Student IT environment provides students with a vibrant, well-equipped, collaborative learning environment, conveniently located within the Baillieu Library for improved resource access.
- Extended hours zone (7am morning to 1am night, access with Student Card) on Ground Floor. If your card is not letting you in, please report to Stop 1.
- Printing and Scanning.
- 18 bookable computers on the Lower Ground Floor.
- 60 bookable computers in the extended hours zone on the Ground Floor North. 2 iMac computers are also available at this location.
- 64 bookable computers in the extended hours zone on the Ground Floor South.
- 30 bookable computers including 1 computer with an attached Scanner on the Ground Floor.
- 66 bookable computers including 5 computers with attached Scanners in spacious carrels on the First Floor. The carrels are designed so that two people can comfortably sit at each workstation.
- 9 bookable computers on the Second Floor.
- Power and USB charging points.
- 10 Project Rooms and 11 Booths on Ground Floor for group meetings. Book via DiBS
- 2 individual student rooms for graduate students on the Ground Floor South.
- A graduate-only shared study space on the First Floor.
- For details on hardware and software installed on these Library computers, view the Student IT website.
Using laptops in Study Booths and Project Rooms
Read this general user guide for more detailed instructions on how to connect your laptop to the display in a library project room.
We cannot guarantee that your laptop will work straight away when connecting it to a display in a library.
If you are having difficulties, we recommend that you consult this chart which lists the video activation commands for common laptop manufacturers. Most laptop computers require a function key or software command to activate/deactivate the laptop video output signal - the actual function key varies according to manufacturer and/or model.
If you need further assistance, please visit the Student IT service desk on the Ground Floor.
There are two eLearning Studios, each contains 16 student and 1 demonstrator computers. The demonstrator computer is attached to a data projector, has speakers built into the ceiling for sound dissemination and is equipped with the NetOp School software. Other room features include: whiteboard; large sliding door; speakers (request in Studio 1); access to Unicard printing.
Academic and teaching staff may book a Studio by completing the request form. Please include the setup time you will require in the booking.
Assistive Technology Rooms
There are four rooms on the second floor of the Baillieu Library housing computers with assistive software. To use the rooms, you must have been recommended by the Student Equity and Disability Support and speak to the librarians at the desk. Find out more through the Library services for students with a disability web page.