Everything you need for a productive study session can be found on campus. Find a space in the library to study quietly or collaborate in a group. The campus is equipped with up-to-date technology, as well as specialised equipment for student use.
There are multiple study areas available within Robertson Library for quiet study, discussion and group sessions. Wireless facilities and powerpoints are located throughout the library along with comfortable seating and desks.
You can experience the iZone, an innovative space where you have access to computers with large, adjustable monitors, touchscreens, bluetooth and webcam capability, mobile whiteboards, smartboards and graphics workstations with drawing tablets.
There are also silent zones available throughout the library for when you need quiet time to focus on your work.
Wifi & computing
Wi-fi access is available across most of campus, plus you can visit any of our computer labs, equipped with hundreds of computers, printing stations, scanners, graphics workstations, smart boards and current software. We also offer Fill Up Your Laptop (FUYL) cells where you can recharge phones and laptops.
You get a live@edu email account with access to Office Web applications with 7GB of storage. The computing labs are open 23 hours a day, seven days a week, and can be used for all uni-related work.
At the Abacus Tech Lounge, you have open access to current technology, which is continually upgraded. You can use gaming consoles, tablets, mobile phones, ultrabooks and laptops, and a multi-function Surface 2 coffee table.
Robertson Library is the main library for students attending the Bentley campus and offers a vast collection of study materials. The library spans over five levels with study spaces, computers, wireless technology and printing facilities located throughout the building. Library staff are available to help you find the information you need online or in person.
The West Australian School of Mines Library on our Kalgoorlie campus and the Curtin Graduate School of Business in the Perth CBD both have excellent collections and provide computing facilities and multiple study areas for students attending the campus.