Classroom Use

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Library Classrooms are available for faculty on a limited basis.

Policies for Library Classrooms: UM Faculty and Staff

As of August 2012; policies subject to change

Reserving the Classrooms

The primary purpose of the library classrooms is to provide a space for students to learn about the research process through librarian-taught instruction sessions. The secondary purpose is to provide faculty and student with space for the following tasks:

 

  • Practice research skills
  • Conduct student presentations
  • Work on class projects
  • Perform group work

Instructors of record outside the library may reserve either classroom. Library instruction sessions take precedent when scheduling. Requests must be made one week in advance. The classrooms may only be used by official university-sponsored groups with a currently UM employee present. Immediately examine the room upon arrival for any damage to the facilities or equipment; your department will be responsible for any repairs or missing equipment. The classrooms are not available to student groups.


Classroom 106 D 
Maximum capacity 40 people

This classroom, adjacent to 106-E on the library’s 1st floor, seats 40 students. There are movable tables and chairs and 3 large wall monitor screens linked to the instructor podium. This is an excellent room to use for students to make class presentations. Bring your faculty/staff ID and a printout of your email confirmation to the main circulation desk on the first floor to check out the room key. See more information about Classroom 106 D


Classroom 106 E 
Maximum fire code capacity 40 people

This classroom is a 24-seat desktop lab with 24 computers, located on the library's first floor. There are two large wall monitor screens linked to the instructor podium. Information on printing and programs available on public computers may be found in more detail on the web page "Computing in the Library." The library will not install any additional software; outside software is automatically deleted within 24 hours. Bring your faculty/staff ID and a printout of your email confirmation to the main circulation desk on the first floor to check out the room key.  See more information about Classroom 106 E


Questions: liblab@olemiss.edu.

 

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