Learning Spaces in the Library
The library has a variety of study spaces for students to use.
Some of these spaces can be reserved for specific group meetings or one-time class sessions:
The computer lab has 38 computers (Macs and PCs) that are running Microsoft Office, Explorer, FireFox, and other software needed for handling common document and multimedia files. Each computer is equipped with a drive for watching DVDs or burning CDs. The lab computers connect to the lobby printers for high-speed b&w or color laser printing. A flatbed scanner is available in the lab for independent use or with assistance from a tech worker. A video/data projector and a projection screen are installed in the room for multimedia presentations. Three study tables are available for collaborative work. Consult with a librarian if there are specific needs for classes that will be held in the lab.
There is a glass-walled room on the main floor that can be used as two separate rooms or one large room. Three conference tables are provided. Wi-Fi is available.
On the lower level there is a room for small groups (8-10 people). The room has a conference table and a TV with a DVD/VHS player. Wi-Fi is available.
[CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE] At the top of the stairs is a large room that will accommodate 35 people. There are tables and chairs, a white board, and a TV with a DVD/VHS player. The room is equipped with a video/data projector and a projection screen. Wi-Fi and an Ethernet connection are available.