New Cybercafé in Library Open for Students

Posted by on Jan 23, 2013 in Auburn News | Comments Off

New Cybercafé in Library Open for Students

Think a change in environment is what you need to help break the monotony of studying? Check out the Internet café located on the first floor of Auburn University’s RBD library.

The new lab has taken the place of a previous lab that was located on the ground floor of the library. It was relocated last year at the beginning of the fall term, and it has since doubled in size. The cybercafé is located on the first floor across the hall from the Media and Digital Resource Lab.

 

It has 44 new Windows computers fully equipped with Windows 7 software that are available for anyone with a university account.

The new lab offers students with yet another place to comfortably cram for those dreaded exams.