Computing Resources: Collaboration Station

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Last Updated: Sep 19, 2017 8:10 AM

Collaboration Station

Through the integration of furniture and technology, the Collaboration Station is reshaping the way people collaborate in a connected world.

Most collaborative work spaces today support leader-led presentations where information is controlled and shared by one person at a time. The Collaboration Station removes these barriers and democratizes how people access and share information by allowing all participants to contribute their ideas – equally, quickly and seamlessly.  

How it works:

The Collaboration Station was designed for a “walk-up and connect” experience. Open. Connect. Share.

Open the media well and remove one of four Pucks™
Connect the Puck to your laptop -- Available connections are (2) VGA, (1) HDMI, (1) MiniDisplayPort
Share what’s on your laptop by pressing the Puck™ 

The Collaboration Station can be reserved through the study room reservation system.

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