The computer facilities at Bond University are world-class. They incorporate high-tech lecture theatres, the latest broadband and Wi-Fi computer connections, and libraries that rank among Australia’s best.
Bond's computer labs are on the ground floor of the Arch Building, under the John and Alison Kearney Library. The general computer labs are open 24 hours per day and are available to students when the labs are not being used for teaching purposes. The Computer Lab Precinct is a wireless environment that includes the following facilities and features:
Learning Lounge - Facilities available in this area, include: bar height seating and power outlets for multiple laptop users, open tables, printer and reloader for students to add credit to their network printing account.
Library - Both the John & Alison Kearney Library , the John and Alison Kearney Law Library and the Multimedia Learning Centre have computer workstations for students. These computers also allow for printing to the University printers. More information
Balnaves Foundation Multimedia Learning Centre - Features innovative learning technologies, collaborative study spaces and the latest audio visual and computer technology. Computer workstations, access to the wireless network and printing facilities are available in the centre. A studio for video and audio recording is also available for bookings.
AV Editing Suites - The editing suites feature a range of audiovisual equipment. The professional in-house TV studio is equipped with 3 broadcast cameras on HTS pedestal, 24 input audio desk, Atom computerized lighting grid, News King newsroom/prompter system, server based play-in facilities, selection of microphones including, directional boom, handheld, floor stand and wireless lapels.