Moody Library Study Commons

Available Software
Lists software installed on Macs and PCs throughout the area.

Dottie S. Riley Conference Room
Groups of four or more people may reserve the Riley Conference room on the Garden Level of the Moody Library. Available 6:00pm-6:00am and weekends.

G-42 Classroom
The primary purpose of Moody G-42 is to support a hands-on, workshop style of instruction. This classroom is designed to allow flexibility, expandability, and ease of access to the student computers. Unlike the traditional computer classroom with rows of computers, the open design of G42 accommodates multiple learning and teaching activities.

The wheels tell the story.

Project Spaces
Four large monitors provide space for collaborative projects. Group edit project files, view recorded lectures with your study group, or practice your group presentation. Bring your own computer, or use ours.

TechPoint Desk
TechPoint, in the Garden Level of Moody Library, anchors the premier on-campus study spot. Open 24 hours a day with a Starbucks nearby, students flock to the Study Commons to meet and study. TechPoint staff can loan you academic technology; support Airbear, mail, clickers, and PawPrints; and book group project areas.

Media Lab
Learning Spaces & Media Services and TechPoint have embarked on a new service for students: Media Production! Our first space was a video booth for simple audio/visual capture, and now also includes two sound recording rooms, an advanced A/V checkout program, special editing computers and a training kiosk.

Whiteboard Wall
9' x 16' of pure whiteboard joy! We converted an entire wall to magnetic whiteboard surface. Map three chapters of OChem compounds, an entrepreneurship business plan, or compose a new fight song. The space will be bookable by large groups.

Wireless Displays
Four 32" wireless display monitors are ready to display your phone, tablet, or computer screen. Located on the Starbucks side, two have AppleTVs and two have Microsoft Wireless Display Adapters. OSX, iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and Windows all have a chance to work, provided you have new enough software and hardware.