The library classroom (Room 210 ) is to be used for formally scheduled classes, training sessions, workshops, and meetings. It is not to be used as a group study room. Unsupervised students should not be left in the classroom.
Group Priority falls in this rank order:
NO beverages or food are permitted in the classroom.
The library reserves the right to deny further use of the room if guidelines are abused.
As we accommodate classes and groups from across campus, there are occasional problems with timing. If your session's ending time causes a conflict with another booking's beginning time, you may be asked to consider shortening your session to provide that group with time to set up. Thank you.
The classroom is available for use Monday thru Friday, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and closing, if not previously reserved for Library classes or personnel. Weekend hours must be individually worked out with the library to ensure the library staff/faculty are present at the time. The room is locked when not in use. Please ask the R&I Administrative Assistant in room 217 or a staff member at the Information Desk to unlock the room for your group, if necessary.
Signature of the classroom reservation form indicates acknowledgement and acceptance of the reservation rules and conditions.
The classroom contains approximately 21 laptop computers, 21 chair-desk modules, an instructor workstation with a dual monitor computer, and projection for presentations. Single chairs are available to provide some additional seating.
1. Ensure all laptops have been:
2. Make sure desktop computer and projector have been shut down
3. Turn off lights
4. Close door
5. Notify the R&I Administrative Assistant or staff at the Information Desk when your session is over (library staff must check the laptop cabinet if your group has used the laptops, and ensure the room is locked between uses.)
Student groups and organizations are welcome to use the classroom.
However, due to the large number of room requests by faculty and instructors for classes, student groups may not reserve the classrooms in advance.
To use a room, the Faculty Advisor needs to ask at the Information Desk if Room 210 is available. The Faculty Advisor must be present the entire time the room is in use.
Questions regarding this policy should be referred to the Administrative Assistant in the Reference Office.