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Curtin University

Urban & Regional Planning


Facilities & Equipment

Computers - general use
There are seven Humanities computer labs available for students, as well as the large Abacus computer lab with 130 computers in building 303.
Students needing help using the labs should contact Humanities IT Support, on the ground floor of building 501.

The T. L Robertson Library (105) houses Curtin University's main book and journal collections. The library also offers access to a large range of electronic material and a range of guides and training in using library resources.

Resource Centre (201.325)
The Resource Centre is a support facility provided for students and staff of the Faculty of Built Environment, Art and Design. It houses literature, records and other material related to architecture and the building industry.
The resource centre supports the Faculty's teaching and learning objectives through the development of information literacy skills for all students. We are firmly committed to creating an environment where the vibrant blend of cultural styles of the Faculty can be displayed, enjoyed and used to spark innovative changes to existing norms and practice.