ITC Classroom 267B Knight Library University of Oregon Libraries

Second Floor Classroom, 267B Knight Library

For more information, contact:
Jan Smith, Library Administration
(541) 346-3056

Room 267B no longer serves as an open access facility.  It is used for scheduled classes and workshops.

Quick Facts

  • Capacity: 31 students plus instructor(s)
  • ComputerS: 21 Dell SX270 computers (1 reserved for instructor)
  • Operating System: Windows XP
  • Network: ethernet
  • Other: computer/video projector
  • Printing: Prints to first floor Knight Learning Commons

Classroom Policies

Faculty interested in library-related instruction for their students are encouraged to contact the library subject specialist assigned to their department, or the Office of Library Instruction, to schedule a class or workshop in 267B Classroom.

No food is allowed in the classroom, but beverages in rigid, spill-proof travel mugs or pull-top bottles are acceptable.


Term-Length Scheduling
This classroom may be scheduled by faculty and GTFs for up to 1 class session per course per week, but may not be used as the primary site for the course.

Ad Hoc Requests
This classroom may be requested by any faculty member or GTF for course-related instruction, or by staff and faculty representing student groups for other forms of training. Please use the online calendar to place your request.


The Libraries install a standard suite of software on the computers in this classroom, intended to serve the needs of most groups using it.

We regret that we are unable to purchase additional software; however, a department may supply software to be installed in the classroom temporarily, along with verification of licensing. Software installed in this manner will be removed at the end of the academic term.

Requests to install software must be received at least two (2) weeks prior to the date of instruction, and the installation disc or discs, with verification of licensing, delivered to Library Systems, Knight Library, no later than ten (10) days prior to the class.

Instructors are strongly encouraged to make arrangements to test software at least a day prior to the class, to avoid any unpleasant surprises.

Created by jenkins on Jun 18, 2012 Last updated Oct 28, 2014