Technology & Spaces
In addition to standard computers, printers, and software, the Libraries offer spaces, tools, and labs to enhance your learning and expand your research capabilities.
Study space and classrooms
Collaborative areas have day-use lockers, white boards, moveable chairs and tables, and screen sharing options. Quiet study spaces have study tables and individual comfy seats.
- Collaborative: Active Learning Classrooms (2210 and 2124) and Mudd Library Commons
- Quiet: North Study Lounge
Reservable Study rooms
Study rooms are small, enclosed rooms for groups of 2-8 people, ideal for studying, tutoring, working on a small group project, or interviewing. Visit the reservation page to get specific information on room capacity and equipment. For recurring reservation requests, email email@example.com.
Active learning classrooms
Equipped with multiple projections screens and flexible furniture, the active learning classrooms (2210 and 2124) are designed for interactive, student-centered library instruction. These rooms can be used for faculty-librarian partnerships to enhance a course. No recurring reservations are accepted at this time. The Mudd Large Classroom, 2210, should only be reserved for groups for 20 people or more. Visit the Libraries' main classroom page or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Geospatial and Data Visualization Lab
The GIS lab has four high performance PC workstations, each equipped with dual monitors. These workstations are designed for use by students, faculty, and staff who are interested in doing geospatial or data projects. Contact email@example.com to set up a consultation, or visit the GIS page.
The MakerLab gives students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to bring their designs to life. The space is equipped with a 3D scanner and printers, as well as the software needed to create designs. A consultation is required to use the MakerLab. For more information, visit the MakerLab page.
Video Production Studio
The Video Production Studio allows students, faculty, and staff to produce and record professional-quality videos at no cost. Equipped with Self-Service and Lightboard technology, the Video Production Studio can be reserved online. For more information, visit the Video Production Studio page.