Answered By: Amanda Starkel
Last Updated: Oct 30, 2019     Views: 226

Patrons using the collaborative work station table and attached tv monitor

There are two collaborative work stations, best used for 2-6 people.  One station is located in the technology quad on the first floor of Irwin Library.  The other is near Irwin's first floor administrative offices close to the passageway to the Lacy School of Business. These stations are only available to Butler students, faculty, and staff. They are meant for group presentation practice/collaborative editing, and priority will be given to groups (2 or more people) using the stations in such a way. Both stations can be reserved ahead of time: http://ilstudyrooms.appointy.com/. Reservations get priority over walk-up users for this station.

TECHNOLOGY: There is an attached zero client (HP) computer that can be used, or you can plug in your laptop using either the VGA or HDMI cords. The appropriate input button needs to be pressed (PC, VGHA, HDMI).  If you have any questions, there are directions at the stations, or you may ask at the nearby Information Commons desk.