Requests to reserve the Library Meeting Room, the Van Houten Conference Room, Olin 209, and the Bookmark Cafe must be submitted through Rollins Scheduling and Event Services Virtual EMS. You can also use their system to see when the rooms are available, order equipment or catering, and make other arrangements for your meeting or class. The rooms feature a PC, projector, video players, and a whiteboard; the cafe has high tops and a flat screen tv. Each of these rooms is appropriate for meetings, classes, and other events.
Library Meeting Room (Olin 230)
Van Houten Room (Olin 311)
Lakeview Classroom (Olin 209)
Bookmark Cafe (Olin 234)
The library contains three computer labs that can be booked for classes and events. Each contains a projector and an instructor terminal. All workstations in the Center for Creativity are Macs.
The library has a small Green Room available on the 3rd floor, room 304. This room is bookable on a first come, first served basis.
Instructions for setting up this room are available here.
Study Rooms are available on a first come, first served basis. They do not need to be reserved, but please note the following guidelines:
Several of the rooms are equipped with dry erase boards. Markers and erasers are available at the circulation desk. Plasma screens are available in many of the rooms for use in group presentations, collaborations, etc. Call the I.T. Helpdesk at extension 2655 if you need assistance connecting your laptop to the screen.
Study room locations:
1st floor - rooms 121-123, 125-134
3rd floor - room 310, room 353
You can see a map of these rooms outlined in red here. The locations of these study rooms are also mapped on the touchscreen information kiosk in the Olin lobby.
This room contains ten small tables (wheeled, for easy arranging) and a large white board with markers.
Please note that there are no televisions, projectors, or other equipment in this room.
This room can be used for study if it is not booked.