Schedule A Room
Schedule A Room
Knight Library, Center for Media & Educational Technologies (CMET), and Science Library have a variety of rooms which can be reserved by students and faculty for study, research, and instruction. Our rooms are scheduled in the campus 25Live system.
Log into 25Live to start scheduling. NOTE: The Browsing Room and CMET's Studio A and Rm. 56 are not reservable via 25live. Call 346-3056 for Browsing Room and 346-1943 for Studio A and Rm. 56.
25Live Tutorial - Learn to use our room scheduling system.
All rooms listed in one calendar view (View Only)
Building Use Policy Statement.
NOTE: Prior to submitting a request, please review the room's policy and availability to ensure the room will meet your needs.
GROUP STUDY ROOMS
A space open to groups of 2 or more students for course related purposes only. There is a two hour maximum time limit for reservations.
**Requests must be submitted at least 24 hours in advance; weekend requests need to be submitted by 3:00 p.m. on Friday of that week. Requests are not processed during intersessions.**
List of Group Study Rooms and Use Policy
Electronic classrooms are to be used for instruction and training that requires participants to have access to individual computer workstations.
Edmiston Computer Classroom - (only available for librarian directed instruction) - Rm. 144
Science Library has two classrooms available for hands-on instruction using laptops and a projector. Description/calendar/request a reservation
SPECIAL PURPOSE ROOMS
Lockers | There are 63 lockers available for temporary storage of items by UO students, faculty and staff.
22 unlocked rooms on the third floor of the Knight Library. These rooms are part of the library's quiet zone and are available for individuals seeking small rooms on a first come, first served basis.
6 unlocked rooms on the second floor of the Knight Library. These rooms are near the Cinema Studies Lab and common area and users should expect some noise.
Browsing Room - Rm. 106. Room capacity: 140 row seating; 75 at round tables. This room is available for use by University and other community groups for lectures, conferences, and receptions during the hours the library is open to the public. Contact Library Administration, (541) 346-3056, for room scheduling, policy, and fee schedule. Calendar
Collaboration Center - Rm. 122; seats 30. 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.
Policy | Self-booking instructions | Submit Request
Studio A - lower level, CMET, seats 35. Studio A is a unique classroom used primarily for originating and receiving teleconferences, telecourses and videoconferences. To schedule this room please contact Lynette Boone at firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-346-1943.
Room 56 - lower level, CMET; seats up to 3.
Rm. 56 is a small Tandberg videoconferencing room. Faculty teaching a distance education class with all students off-campus, or faculty conducting office hours with distance students are examples of appropriate uses. To schedule this room please contact Lynette Boone at email@example.com or 541-346-1943.
To schedule other Center for Media and Educational Technologies facilities or additional media equipment, contact the Center for Media and Educational Technologies Front Desk, (541) 346-3091.
Cinema Studies Lab - Room 267
This classroom is used for academic instruction 8:00am - 2:00pm, Monday through Friday. Priority scheduling is reserved for Cinema Studies classes. First time users of this room must schedule a training session with the Lab Supervisor. For scheduling contact Dr. Andre Sirois, Multimedia Specialist/Lab Supervisor at firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-346-8104. The lab is open to UO students, faculty, and staff from 2:00pm until midnight Sunday through Thursday, and noon until 7:00pm Friday and Saturday.