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Getting Started with Collaborative Learning Spaces

See the different types of collaborative learning spaces, learn what kind of equipment furnishes each space and determine which room best suits your needs.

Collaborative Study Rooms are located in Lockwood and Silverman Libraries on the North Campus, and Health Sciences Library on the South Campus.

Lockwood Collaborative Study Rooms

Lockwood Collaborative Study Rooms 320, 420 and 520  seat 2-8 people, and measure approximately 15 x 18 feet. All rooms include:

  • Electrical power
  • Internet access
  • Display panels
  • Marker boards
  • Wi-Fi access
  • Web-based scheduling
  • Day and evening availability
  • Quiet environment

Features of Lockwood Collaborative Study Rooms

Lockwood 5th floor collaborative room
Lockwood 520

Lockwood 520 has movable furniture. The display panel is a large plasma screen that can connect to your laptop. This space is ideal for 2-8 people.

Students in Lockwood 420 Collaborative space
Lockwood 420

Lockwood 420 has a large conference table that seats 2- 8 people. Three monitors on the table display input from one of your laptops.

Students working in Lockwood 320 collaborative space
Lockwood 320

Lockwood 320 has 8 work tables that can be configured as a single table or reconfigured for subgroups. It's ideal for 2-8 people. A wall mounted LCD panel connects to your laptop.

Silverman Library Group Study Rooms

Silverman Library study rooms are located in rooms:

  • 123 (2-6 people)
  • 124 (2-6 people)
  • 125 (2-6 people)
  • 126 (2-6 people)

Silverman Library group study rooms include:

  • Wi-Fi access
  • Electrical power
  • Chalkboard
  • Web-based scheduling
  • Day and evening availability
  • Quiet environment

Room 126 also includes a whiteboard, a media:scape unit with a large plasma screen display and a connection for laptops with HDMI outputs. 

Health Sciences Library Group Study Rooms

On the South Campus, Health Sciences Library group study rooms are located in the Health Sciences Library, Abbott Hall, in rooms:

Basement

  • B2F (4-6 people)
  • B2G (4-6 people)
  • B2H (10 people)
  • B2K (4-6 people)
  • B2L (4-6 people)
  • B2M (4-6 people)
  • B2N ( 4-6 people)
  • B2P (4-6 people)

2nd Floor

  • 202 (4 people)
  • 204 (4 people)
  • 202M (4 people)
  • 204M (4 people)
  • 209 (6 people)

The Health Sciences Library group study rooms include:

  • Conference-style tables
  • Whiteboards (204, 202M, 204M and 209 have blackboards instead of whiteboards)
  • Wi-Fi access
  • Electrical power
  • Web-based scheduling
  • Day and evening availability
  • Quiet environment
  • Video playback equipment (upon request)
  • Selected rooms also have a VHS/DVD combo TV

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