Library Spaces & Equipment

The library features many artworks including works from Marvin Cone, Grant Wood, and Conger Metcalf. In addition to the main galleries, there are works spread throughout the library including works from Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Find out more about the library's artworks here:

Library Artwork

Library Map

Equipment for Use

There are many spaces in the library available for use by students, staff, and faculty. These can be used for formal training and learning or study and contemplation.

The following are available for walk ins:

  • Conference room - lower level (also available for reservation)
  • Conference room - main level (also available for reservation)
  • Seminar room - main level (also available for reservation)
  • Bodey Room - 2nd level
  • Eaton Room - 2nd level
  • Small group study rooms (6 total) - basement, main level, and 2nd level

 

The following spaces must be reserved for use with the individual listed:

Richter Room

Located on the main level, the Richter Room has a large conference table that will seat 14 with plenty of space for extra chairs. A lovely reception area.


Contact Cheri Pettibone x8023 to reserve.

Engle Room

Located on the second level, the Engle Room will seat up to 10 around the small conference table. Available for walk-ins and reservation.

Contact Cheri Pettibone x8023 to reserve.

Perrine Gallery

Located on the second floor. it is a lovely open space that can be set up for many different occasions; receptions, dinners, lectures, displays.

Contact Cheri Pettibone x8023 to reserve.

Library Classroom

Located on the first floor, the classroom is completely equipped as a "smart" classroom and will comfortably seat 20. Contact Elizabeth Hoover de Galvez x8017 or Harlene Hansen x8016 to reserve.

Additionally, the desks can easily be organized into various configurations.


Individual Study Carrels


Located on second & third floors. These areas are great for use with extended research projects.
Contact Sandy Blanchard x8595 to reserve.


The Audiovisual (AV) Department has two spaces available in the library, manages Kesler Lecture Hall, in Hickok, and Coe's Television studio. For more information please see AV's facilities page. To reserve one of these spaces contact Laura Riskedahl x8211 or Linda Hummel x8584 to reserve.

Equipment

Available for checkout:

Audio Recorders: Provided on a first-come, first-served basis and cannot be reserved. The loan period is 24 hours, with limited renewal. Audio recorders can only be checked out between the hours of 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. M– F. All individuals must sign an Audio Visual Audio Recorder Policy Agreement before checking out a camera.

Policy Agreement

Digital Camcorders / Tripods: Provided on a first-come, first-served basis and cannot be reserved. The loan period for a camera is 24 hours, with limited renewal. Cameras can only be checked out between the hours of 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. M– F. All individuals must sign an Audio Visual Camera Policy Agreement before checking out a camera.

Policy Agreement



Available for in-library use:

Viewing Stations: Ten stations equipped with TV and DVD/VCR players are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Headphones are available for checkout for use within the library as well.

Video Editing Stations: Three Mac video editing stations are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The stations have iMovie, iDVD, Adobe Premiere, and Audacity installed. Use for course assignments receives top priority.