Library Study Rooms, Labs, and Spaces

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The library offers a variety of group and individual seating spaces for the purposes of research, study, and remove from the world. Food and drink are welcome in the library in marked areas when used appropriately and when trash is discarded.

Study Rooms
There are eight study rooms on the main floor of the library. The following list shows the room numbers and their capacities (updated for Fall 2023). Each room is equipped with a 42" display (that can be connected to a laptop or smartphone to display content) and a whiteboard. You may reserve a study room for up to two hours, up to two weeks in advance.

Study Room 112 - 6 person
Study Room 120 - 2 person
Study Room 121 - 4 person
Study Room 122 - 4 person
Study Room 123 - 10 person
Study Room 124 - 10 person
Study Room 128 - 6 person
Study Room 133 - 6 person

Open Computer Area
There are 14 public access computers located in the entry area of the library. The computers have access to Microsoft Office applications and other software.

Laptop Zone
Also in the entry area of the library, we have an eight seat Laptop Zone, with individual seating and desks with dividers for laptop users, four of which have second monitors available for library patrons to connect their laptops for additional screen space.

The Lounge (Room 110)
The Gardner-Harvey Library Lounge is available for students and other library patrons to use for making hot beverages with the Keurig, heating food in the microwave, and briefly storing items in the refrigerator. It is a place for individuals or groups to sit and relax or to use our Oculus VR and Nintendo Switch games.

Computer Lab (Room 111)
The lab includes 24 computers, an instructor's station, a digital projector, and a whiteboard. It may be scheduled for classes using 25 Live or for group study by contacting the library staff, and is open at other times for use by individuals who need a computer.

TEC Lab Makerspace (Room 125)
The TEC Lab is a space for making items using a variety of technologies and craft items. The lab includes 10 stools at two work tables plus additional chairs at equipment workstations and a whiteboard. Individuals may reserve it at any time the library is open. It may be scheduled for classes or large groups by contacting the library staff.

TEC S.P.A.C.E. (Room 014)
The TEC S.P.A.C.E. (Student Project Area & Campus Events) is an extension of our TEC Lab for work on sublimation and heat press projects (among other making activities). We also use the S.P.A.C.E. for library and campus events, with seating available for approximately 45 people Individuals may reserve it at any time the library is open. It may be scheduled for classes or large groups by contacting the library staff.

One-Button Studio (Room 126)
Need to make a video? This space is all set up for you to start and stop recording your video at the touch of a button. See the One-Button Studio guide for more information or reserve it today!

Digital Design Suite (Room 130)
The Digital Design Suite provides a quiet place for you to create and manipulate digital objects with a variety of technologies. From recording audio, to editing a video, or adjusting an image, our space and equipment is available for you!