The following Library rooms are available for use only by Carroll College faculty, staff and students.
|Conference Room A(Room 228)||Oval conference table with seating for 20, additional seats around room perimeter; white board; ceiling-mounted projector connected to PC with internet connection and DVD/VHS players. Spider phone for teleconferencing.|
|Conference Room B(Room 129)||Four large tables with seating for four at each table, three small tables with seating for two at each table, additional seats around room perimeter; white board; ceiling-mounted projector connected to PC with internet connection and DVD/VHS players.|
|Seminar Room (Room 120)||Table with seating for eight; small white board. Television connected to DVD player.|
|Computer Lab (Room 229)||12 Computers; white board; overhead projector.|
|Classroom (Room 128)||12 small tables (each seats two); white board; ceiling-mounted projector w/connection for laptop, connected to PC with internet connection and DVD / VHS players.|
|Sandbox Classroom||3 smart projectors with computers, apple airplay-enabled ceiling-mounted projector, 2 apple airplay-enabled wall-mounted lcd screens, laptop hookups; whiteboard walls covering the circumference of the room.|
Reservations are highly recommended. Carroll College faculty, staff, and students should contact Circulation Supervisor Kathy Martin (447-4346).
The Seminar Room may be reserved for classes, meetings, and viewing DVDs. Reservations are strongly advised. If the room is not reserved, students may use it for studying. However, students using the room to study must relinquish the room to students, faculty, or staff who wish to use the room to view DVDs.
The library classrooms may be reserved by faculty for class use. When the classroom is not being used by a class, it may be used for group studying or class viewing of videos on Library reserve.
Students wishing to study in groups may use the Library classrooms, if available, or the Carroll Campus Center. The Sandbox Classroom is also available to students who wish to study in groups, and provides an excellent environment for projects; please contact Dan Case at firstname.lastname@example.org for information and reservations.
The Carroll Campus Center is also available for use by the general public. Please call 447-4407 for information and reservations.