Procedures for Scheduling the ILCs for Other Purposes
If you need a computer classroom for single sessions during the semester, faculty and staff can schedule the Information Literacy Classrooms (ILCs) for the primary purpose of presenting instructional sessions in which instructor and student workstations are needed. The Library does not reserve the ILCs for extended or semester-long instruction.
When not reserved, the Information Literacy Classrooms function as open computer labs for student use. The Library regards the last week of classes and final exams as a quiet study period for students. Every attempt is made to maintain the Library as a space conducive to preparation for the end of semester papers and examinations. The ILCs will not be scheduled for other uses during these time periods except with approval of the Dean of the Library.
For scheduling, please fill out the online form. We will contact you with either a reservation confirmation or additional questions within 3 business days. For additional information, contact Cynthia Lipken, Departmental Secretary, at extension 9511, or e-mail email@example.com.
The classrooms are configured as follows:
- Information Literacy Classroom 1 (Room #144) has seating and table space for 18 students as well as 14 student computer worstations, an instructor workstation, a document camera, and a digital projector.
- Information Literacy Classroom 2 (Room #148) has 24 student computer workstations, an instructor workstation, a document camera, and a digital projector.
- Wireless access is available in both rooms.