Library Instruction / Library Orientation
Engaging students with the library and librarians will benefit both students and faculty in the quality of sources and work created by students. In an information-rich society, an understanding of the information cycle and how to organize information is knowledge and a skill set everyone should have.
Librarians are always available to lead a library instruction session or a library orientation session to students. To arrange a session, contact the subject specialist for the class/topic or Yen Tran for courses in the Global Scholars Hall (GSH).
Reserving classroom 103
A seminar-style classroom, seating up to 23 students, classroom 103 can be reserved for academic purposes. The room cannot be used as the permanent location for a course. Library instruction has priority of the room. Make a request using our online reservation system (LibCal).
Faculty/student study (room M104)
Reserved for faculty between 7:30am-5:30pm to meet with students, prep for class, or other faculty needs, room M104 is equipped with 3 computers and a whiteboard. Access to the room is through key card access; inquire at the Housing Service Center. Room usage is on a first-come-first-served basis but can be reserved through our online reservation system (LibCal). After 5:30pm, the room becomes a student study space open to all students (no reservations can be made).