The Missouri campus library is pleased and proud to announce the expansion and relaunch of the technology study Room. With the help of a grant from Advocates for the American Osteopathic Association’s (AAOA) Special Projects Fund, the library was able to greatly upgrade the room’s computers, available software, and tools. The Missouri library technology study room now offers advanced Windows and Apple computers, an assortment of accessibility and communications hardware, and a range of specialized software to support creativity, media creation, 3D design, communications, analytical, accessibility, and productivity software for student and faculty use.
What is in the technology study room?
The computer in the technology study room has been upgraded to the highest capacity supported by A.T. Still University. It now supports the following software:
Arts & Media
Accessibility & productivity
Physical features of the study room include acoustic sound tiles in the ceiling, acoustic baffles on the walls, a white noise generator, and a full stock of single-use earplugs to assist students in finding a quiet space for study and recording. One wall is painted the optimal shade of green for use as a green screen. The room is also home to a YETI microphone, a high-capacity autofeed scanner, ergonomic wrist rests and mouse, Irlen color overlays, a web camera, and working desk space.
How do you use it?
To use the Technology Study Room, please visit the library’s circulation desk or contact email@example.com to reserve this room for up to four hours at a time. If the room has not previously been reserved, walk-in use for up to two hours will be allowed.
If you would like help with the resources, or even to get some of them to use on your own computer, you can consult the Missouri technology study room web guide. This site offers user guides, download sites, and tutorial links for resources included on the computers or available to use in the room. It also offers contact information for staff and librarian assistance with different resources available in the room.