- 122 Knight Library
The Collaboration Center is a flexible, conveniently located space where UO instructors, academic support providers, and student services professionals can meet with students one-on-one or in groups.
The Collaboration Center is located in the Knight Library main floor commons, near the research & information desk. (See map)
The Collaboration Center is equipped with ten movable tables, 24 chairs, and a cart with LCD projector. If you plan to use the use the projector, you will need to provide a laptop (*). A whiteboard is provided; bring your own dry-erase markers.
Faculty and Staff: Priority use of the Collaboration Center is for University of Oregon instructors, academic support providers, and student services professionals conducting meetings with students one-on-one or in groups. The room may be reserved in advance for groups of ten or more but is otherwise open on a drop-in basis.
To avoid conflict with reserved uses, check the daily schedule posted at the door before beginning your session. In order to preserve flexibility for ad-hoc and drop-in sessions, the Collaboration Center is not generally available for regular meetings of term-length courses.
If you are interested in having a librarian participate in your Collaboration Center session, contact a subject specialist associated with your area of study. For general or introductory sessions, contact Barbara Jenkins, Director, Library Instruction and Campus Partnerships (6-1925).
Students: Subject to availability, individual students or study groups may use the Collaboration Center on a drop-in basis, with the understanding that the space needs to be shared with other drop-in users. To avoid conflict with reserved uses, check the daily schedule posted at the door before beginning your session. If your study group needs to schedule a reserved space, please refer to the Study Rooms page.
Equipment: See room description above.
Food and Drink: Food and drink is permitted in this area. Please keep drinks in rigid, spill-proof travel mugs or pull-top bottles, clean up any spills or crumbs, and properly dispose of all trash.
If you have comments or suggestions regarding Collaboration Center equipment or use policies, contact Andrew Bonamici, Associate University Librarian for Media and Instructional Services (6-2682).