Digital Mapping Station
The Digital Mapping Station is a Windows workstation with specialized GIS software installed including: ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Desktop 10.5, and Google Earth Pro. To use the Digital Mapping Station, please sign in at the service desk and staff will enter the password. For more extensive assistance, users are encouraged to make appointments with staff.
Dock Spot Stations
The four Dock Spot Stations are designed for users to plug in their own laptop or mini computer (e.g. Raspberry Pi) and use a full-size monitor, keyboard and mouse. HDMI, Mini DisplayPort, and USB (for keyboard/mouse) cables are provided. The stations are located outside Room A facing the service desk.
The open area holds a mix of Mac and Windows computers with multimedia software available to all University of Delaware students, faculty and staff whenever the Morris Library is open.
Room A is a multimedia classroom with 28 Dell computers running Windows 10 and multimedia software. Faculty can reserve the room for hands-on multimedia instruction. Whenever the room is not being used for a class or workshop, it is open for all UD students, faculty and staff to use.