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WHSL Witwatersrand Health Sciences Library: Cyber Spaces @ WHSL

Overview of Wits Health Sciences Libary and their services

Cyber Classroom

cyber classThe Cyber Classroom is fitted with 12 fixed line networked computers and a teacher's station, which is set up to project to a screen. The NetOp software is installed on each computer. This room is used for teaching, but when there are no classes taking place, it is open for students to use for their own work. 

Cyber Space

cyber spaceThe Cyber Space is a wireless venue, seating about 50. The room can be divided into two separate rooms if required, and is equipped with projection facilities in each room, or at each end of the single space.. 

Dicussion Room

discussion roomThe Discussion Room is situated in the south west corner of the library. It is usually used for discussion, but wireless access is available. 

Cyber Resource Centre

CRCThe Cyber Resource Centre is fitted with 12  fixed line networked computers and a teacher's station, which is set up to project to a screen. The NetOp software is installed on each computer. This room is used for teaching, but when there are no classes taking place, it is open for students to use for their own work. This room houses WHSL's media collection and equipment.

Cyber Teaching & Learning A and B

cyber teaching & learning Acyber teaching and learning bThe Cyber Teaching & Learning rooms each house a fixed, networked computer for the trainers. Participants in courses will be able to use their own devices, using Wits WiFi. There is one Smart Board that can be moved between the two rooms as required. 

Enquiries about Cyber Spaces

If you have any questions about these spaces, or wish to reserve them for a teaching or seminar session, please contact Devind Peter by email or phone (011 717 2050)