Answered By: John Barksdale
Last Updated: Oct 29, 2015     Views: 387

The University of West Florida Skylab in the John C. Pace library is a student oriented 21st century learning space that was constructed with the technology needs of students in mind.

The Skylab consists of a non-traditional computer lab, information literacy classroom, multimedia studio and media conversion center.

Personal assistance with computer software and hardware is available. Experienced library staff and students are available to assist you with the software and hardware located in the Skylab. Additionally, reference books on the most popular software titles are readily available for use in the Skylab.

Click here for a list of the software titles available in the Skylab.

Click here for more information about the Skylab.


Room 504 - Computer Lab/Classroom

Provides opportunities for collaborative learning and group work

Facilitates social interaction

Fosters academic excellence in a technologically advanced environment

Numerous electrical outlets throughout for tablets, cell phones etc

Additional data ports for laptops and iPads

Wireless environment

E-classroom for library instruction

Face-up scanning capability, easily scan multiple book pages 


Room 519 - Multimedia Studio/Media Conversion Center

Adobe Creative Suite

Wacom Cintiq 27 Creative Pen & Touch Display

Wacom Bamboo Pen Tablets

Image Editing

CD/DVD Creation

Digital Audio/Video Creation & Development

3D Modeling

3D Printing

Website Creation and Design

Format Conversion - Audio/Video Analog to Digital

Professional Scanning Equipment