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STC spaces have options to fit your study preferences

Looking for a flexible study environment for individuals and groups? Need access to collaborative workspaces with a range of technologies?

Looking for a flexible study environment for individuals and groups? Need access to collaborative workspaces with a range of technologies?

At IU Bloomington, check out the:

* IMU Student Technology Center (STC), west end of IMU Mezzanine level

(30 Windows workstations + 7 Mac workstations + reconfigurable work areas with lounge chairs + 5 Mac InfoStations + 4 collaborative media tables + 30 laptop lockers)

* Wells Library Information Commons, first two floors of West Tower

(24-hour STC + over 320 individual- and group-configured workstations + a multimedia production lab + wide and narrow bed plotters + seating for over 100 laptop users + 30 laptop lockers)

* Business/SPEA Information Commons, SPEA 150

(16 group rooms + 24 open group work areas + 40 individual carrels + 40 Windows workstations + 4 Mac infostations + 17 wired study tables + core print collection of 15,000 volumes)

At IUPUI, check out:

* IT 131, in the Informatics and Communications Technology Complex:

(24-hour STC + 54 Windows workstations + 10 Mac workstations + 4 collaborative media tables + 3 group study and presentation practice rooms + configurable individual seating + PC and Mac multimedia stations)

* The rich media area, on the fourth floor of University Library

(9 Windows workstations + 9 Mac workstations + advanced multimedia software and technologies + group workspaces with privacy panels and convenient power + 4 production rooms for video and audio capture, conversion, and editing)

For more on student technology center (STC) resources and locations, go to:

http://uits.iu.edu/page/amea#labs