The Learning Commons on the first floor of the Franco Library offers both individual and collaborative learning spaces in a technology rich environment with available research and technology support services. The library’s Learning Commons is the busiest computer-access point on campus. Key features include:
The Learning Commons has six group study rooms available for reservation. These include:
To schedule a group study room, inquire at the Circulation Desk.
Rooms are available for two-hour checkout periods with the option of renewing if there is no other group scheduled. Group Study Rooms may be reserved in advance. Rooms may be scheduled up to one week in advance, with no more than two advance reservations per person per week.
The library’s second floor is designated as the quiet study area. Study carrels and tables provide seating options for quiet work. When not in use for classes, students may also use the classroom for quiet study.
A 32 seat studio style classroom with video conferencing capability is used for library information literacy instruction sessions.
This classroom, LIB 213, is located on the west end of the second floor.
The computers are available for student use when no classes are scheduled. A weekly schedule of classes is posted by each door.
The library holdings consist of several collections: