Please click on the link below to view a list of the computing equipment available in the Skylab.
John Barksdale - Skylab Technology Manager
T.J. Grier - Skylab Assistant
Parker Andrews - Skylab Assistant
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.
We are now proud to offer 3D printing and scanning as services in the 5th floor Skylab. The services are focused on supporting nnovative instruction and providing UWF students, faculty and staff the opportunity to learn about this technology and create 3D objects.
This resource can be utilized to create prototypes and physical models for class projects and more.Patrons can learn 3D modeling and create anything that they can imagine, or simply download pre-existing 3D models and learn about how the 3D printing process works.
This service is provided with a nominal fee to cover the cost of materials (plastic filament) and routine maintenance costs associated with operating and maintaining the 3D printing equipment.
Basic printing fees:
Small prints (2 hours or less) $1.00
Medium prints (2 to 4 hours) $2.50
Large prints (4 hours or more) $3.50
Grams of plastic used per print (varies by type of plastic 10¢ to 50¢)