Learning Commons Information and Policies
Two group study or conference rooms are available in the library for students needing to work together. The rooms are reserved in advance at the Library Main Desk. Ask our Student Assistants for help.
The Library recognizes and respects intellectual property rights. A photocopier is available for copies. The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, US Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted materials. Photocopies or other reproductions can be furnished only under certain conditions. This institution reserves the right to refuse copies if fulfillment of the order would violate the copyright law.
The Library provides:
- 20 computer stations with internet access
- Study tables many near power outlets for use of Laptops.
- Laser Printer and Photocopier
- One of the conference rooms has a TV with VCR/DVD for viewing materials assigned by faculty.
Q1: How do I reserve a conference room?
A5: Reserve one of our two conference rooms by registering at the Library Main desk.
Q2: When are the computers available for student use?
A6: Whenever the Learning Commons is open. If computers are busy, there is a 30-minute limit on computer use.
Q7: Does the Learning Commons have a photocopy machine available for student use? What is the cost?
A7: The Learning Commons has a Xerox machine which reduces and enlarges. The cost is $.05 per page.
Q8: Does the Learning Commons have Internet connections available for laptops?
A8: The Learning Commons is a WiiFi area however there are two designated locations for Internet access.