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When not booked for teaching, computer classrooms are open for you to use - but please do not enter while a class in is progress unless you have permission to do so. Displays located around the campus indicate when rooms are booked for teaching and when they are free. See Code of Conduct for use of Computer Classrooms for further information.
Study places are non-bookable and are available to students on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Computer Classrooms
- Study places in Academic Buildings
- Study places in Libraries
- Study places in Halls of Residence
- Additional disabilities workstations
- Enabling Access
All PCs have DVD-writers, and USB ports on the front of the system unit. Note that USB devices should only be inserted in the front ports PCs to avoid disturbing or damaging cabling at the rear.
The Sir Duncan Rice Library
Bookable PC Classrooms are also available on Floor 2 of the Sir Duncan Rice Library - classrooms 1, 2 and 3. When not being used for teaching purposes, the computers in these classrooms are open access and may be used for individual working. See the Library web pages for details.
|Aberdeen Dental School||134||7|
|119 (Break area)||5|
|Medical School Library||CR1 (Room 303)||10|
|CR2 (Lower floor)||20|
|Polwarth Building||Old Wyeth Lab||4|
|Raigmore Hospital||Health Services Building||6|
Sir Duncan Rice Library
Computers are available on all floors of the Sir Duncan Rice Library.
|Medical School||Ground floor||6|
|2nd floor east||12|
|2nd floor west||8|
|3rd floor east||6|
|Level 2 (edc)||2|
|Raigmore||Juniper Court, Heather Court||4|
|Edward Wright||G83 - Assistive Technology Booths||2|
|MacRobert Building||MR113 - Assistive Technology Booth||1|
|Medical School Library||1st floor - Assistive Technology Workstations||2|
|1st floor - Assistive Technology Booth||1|
|Suttie Centre||Ground floor - Assistive Technology Booth||1|
|Library||1st floor - Assistive Technology Booths||2|
|4th floor - Assistive Technology Booths||2|
|Taylor Library||1st floor - Assistive Technology Workstation||1|
All classroom PCs have assistive technology to help disabled users with issues such as visual impairment or dyslexia. See our Assistive Technology web pages for details.
Most classrooms include the provision of at least one height-adjustable desk.
In addition, there are individual occupancy Assistive Technology Booths (ATBs) equipped with assistive technology and specialised equipment such as book scanners. See our Assistive Technology web pages for details and online booking.
- Introduction to computing facilities for disabled students and students with specific learning difficulties
- Accessible Library Facilities and Services