The Libraries are excited to announce a new service: Large computer monitors are now available for the community’s use throughout library spaces. These monitors, including a variety of connectors, enable users to work more efficiently on their laptops with large files, datasets, or multiple applications, which can be cumbersome when using a small laptop screen alone.
This new service is a result of a successful six-month pilot between the Undergraduate Association’s Innovation Committee and the MIT Libraries.
The new monitors are available in the following locations:
- Barker Library – 4 monitors on the 5th floor
- Dewey Library – 4 monitors in the 24/7 study space; 4 monitors on the second floor
- Hayden Library – 4 monitors on the first floor near the Information Desk; 2 monitors in the Quiet Reading Room (2nd floor); and 6 monitors in the East Study Room (2nd floor)
- Lewis Music Library – 3 monitors on the first floor
- Rotch Library – 4 monitors on the main floor
There are QR codes at each monitor to provide feedback or report broken equipment.
Learn more about MIT Libraries study spaces.