Engineering Collaboratories are specially configured rooms or areas of Eos labs where engineering students, faculty and staff can meet to work on projects together. Designed with technology to support collaborative work and interaction, these learning spaces typically have one or two Eos workstations connected to a 42-inch plasma monitor, with network connections for individual laptops.
Location and Use of Collaboratories
College of Engineering collaboratories are located in:
- 226 Daniels Collaboratories (5 walkup learning spaces in the 226 Daniels Eos lab)
- 228 Daniels Conference Room Collaboratory (must reserve)
- 320 Mann Collaboratories (2 walkup learning spaces in the 320 Mann Eos lab)
- 1003C Engineering Building II (EBII) Conference Room Collaboratory CLOSED (12/16/2015)