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What is a MoCoW and what is it used for?
A MoCoW is a Mobile Computer on Wheels - they are also known as Mobile Collaborative Workstations.
What are they made up of?
- A Standard Deakin computer for presentation or collaboration within smaller groups
- A Large 55” LED screen
- Mounted on a high quality trolley
What can they do?
The primary purpose of a MoCoW is to enable classroom collaboration between the teacher and students as well as amongst student groups.
- Allow groups of students to work together on class assignments and problem-based activities
- BYOD laptops can connect directly to the local display for work group collaboration and presentation
- Display a mirror image of the teaching computer in high definition
A MoCoW can use the following collaboration tools:
Where are they?
MoCoWs are only available by booking a room that already has one in it (with the exception of some areas that have their own).
To find out which rooms have a MoCoW:
- Open the IT Facilities in Deakin spaces page (requires Deakin login):
- Select feature: MoCOW
- Select condition: (>) Greater than
- Qty: 0
- Click Search