At the east end of the Dunedin campus (towards Otago Polytechnic), the following computer study spaces are available:
- Study space (no student computers)
- Wireless access
Otago Business School entrance (Union Street East):
Inside the Otago Business School:
22 Windows computers
Access to the Plaza CAL is via the main entrance doors to University Plaza Building One, the home of University of Otago Pathway and Language Centre. This building is attached to the Forsyth Barr Stadium:
Entrance to University of Otago Pathway and Language Centre:
The foyer of University of Otago Pathway and Language Centre. Plaza CAL (G27) is through the doorway at the right:
Plaza CAL looking towards the front:
Plaza CAL looking towards the rear:
On the first floor of the Plaza building is the Independent Learning Centre (ILC). There are more computers, a student printer, a library, seminar rooms, and study space:
There are eStops on the landing of each floor in the Plaza building (12 in all):
The Robertson Library is for both Otago Polytechnic and University of Otago students and contains a seminar room, stand-up eStops, sit-down computers, and free study space. The Robertson Library computers allow both Polytechnic and University students to login.
To switch from one to the other, you will need to press the escape key (Esc) and it will go back to the selection screen where you can choose between the Polytechnic and University logins.
Inside the Robertson Library:
The Robertson seminar room:
Turn right after entering the main doors and go through the swing doors. Both computer areas can be accessed from this corridor.
- 34 Mac computers
- There is a high quality sound system installed
- This lab specialises in music software (Sibelius, ProTools, etc.) You can access the PC desktop from these computers by going to www.otago.ac.nz/studentdesktop
23 Windows computers
If you notice any problems please contact AskOtago Student IT Services in person at the AskOtago Central Hub, Dunedin campus, or: