There are three computer lab rooms in the libraries.
CH265: 32 PCs, and instructor workstation, SmartBoard, and nearby networked printer. This is the central campus library instruction room. Priority use of this room is for hands-on library instruction sessions. When not booked, it is available for student computer use. It cannot be booked for full-semester classes, but one-time or short-term requests will be considered.
SH161: 20 PCs. This is the west campus library lab that is the only designated quiet study space for west students. The priority use of the room is as a quiet-study space and computer lab for students, on a drop-in basis. It cannot be booked for full-semester classes, but one-time or short-term requests will be considered if no other rooms are available on campus.
SH162: 20PCs. This is the west campus library instruction room. Priority use of this room is for library instruction sessions. It cannot be booked for full-semester classes, but one-time or short-term requests will be considered.
In all cases, users are expected to vacate the room 15 minutes prior to scheduled events.
Please take note of the priority use of each of these rooms before requesting. Requests for workshops and/or training arranged by college faculty and staff will be considered for one-time or short-term bookings only. Regularly recurring classes or events cannot be scheduled in these rooms.
For room alternatives, please first contact Patricia Drewicz, College Scheduling Coordinator email@example.com. You might also check the availability of College Hall, Room 168, by contacting 215-641-6452. Room reservations are not considered complete unless the requester has received a confirmation e-mail.
When using a library instruction room, please arrive early and inform the students using the room that they will need to relocate. A room schedule will be posted outside the door, for your reference. Inform the staff working at the main service desk in the library of any problems. Users are responsible and accountable for the cleanliness and order of the classroom following use.
After use, please report any problems with the condition of the room or the equipment by sending a detailed e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.