Get Connected! Expanded Computing & Study Space

Sat hours: Closed

New  24 Hour Computer Lab in Haggard 233
This is a new 40-seat lab and is open 24/7!
During library hours, access is through the library. After library hours, access is from the west end of Haggard, abutting a 24-hour study area.

The Haggard 245 Dual-Boot Mac/PC Lab has been retrofitted so that it can be divided into two smaller labs when the need arises.  If a class is in session, be sure to go around the corner & check to see if the other section is open for general use.  Also, check out the STC  schedule of classes @ http://www.wwu.edu/techcenter/workshops/  for workshops in Adobe programs , Powerpoint, & more!

Student  computers in the Western Libraries have been updated
The library & STC provide over 100 workstations in Haggard 2 & Wilson for research, class projects, & general use. For additional computer & new software information,  go to: http://library.wwu.edu/news/4649

Wireless Computing
The circulation desks have wireless computers available for students to check out. They may be checked out for a maximum of two hours at the Haggard Circulation Desk and four hours at the Wilson Circulation Desk at no cost.

Group Study Rooms

  • Choose a room that best meets your group's size and equipment needs
  • Maximum period 2 hours. Total hours limited to 4 hours per group per day.
  • Reservations can be made up to 14 days in advance
  • Keys are checked-out at the Wilson Circulation Desk on Wilson 2
  • Display Equipment: 7 rooms are equipped with large screen LCD monitor and interactive whiteboard - Whiteboard Help Documents and Videos
  • Need a room for 1 person only? Consult with the Wilson Circulation Desk: 650-4767

New Mediated Presentation, Audio/Video Suites, operated by the Student Technology Center, provide a quiet, sound-proofed location for audio recording, video post-production, and presentation practice.  Use the presentation practice room to make presentations, or to practice using media equipment similar to that which is installed in classrooms, and to video-record presentations for later review. The audio and video suites will also allow for advanced work in audio recording and video editing in a quiet facility. These rooms, which are soon to be available for use, will directly benefit you  in producing your  class projects. 

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