The Library Faculty Study is available for faculty and staff to conduct personal study, prepare materials, meet with students, or have a quiet space. It can also be used for committees or faculty-led groups, other than regularly scheduled classes. Faculty members must be present when students are using the Study.
Faculty and staff may request the Library Faculty Study no more than one semester in advance, by scheduling an event through 25Live.
The Library Classroom is primarily used for research and information literacy workshops taught by Library faculty, but may be used by others when the room is available.
Requests for use of L 146 that do not involve research/information literacy instruction may be made no more than one week in advance, by scheduling an event through 25Live. If you would like to reserve Chromebooks for use during your event, be sure to request them as a "Resource" in 25Live.
To schedule research/information literacy instruction, contact Ellen Carey as far in advance as possible (see the Research and Information Literacy Instruction page of this guide for more information).
Note: In the last two weeks of each semester, students, as well as faculty and staff, may reserve the room for groups of 8 or more, through the Library's Group Study Room reservation system rather than through 25Live.
The Library Main Floor includes a variety of study areas (study carrels, tables and chairs, soft seating), a computer lab, printing and scanning stations, the Checkout Desk, a central Reference & Information desk, and a large open space near the entrance, which is used for book displays, exhibits, and activities.
Events may be requested even when the Library is closed.
To arrange for an exhibit or display, or to request use of the Library after hours, contact the Library Department Chair at email@example.com.