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Downtown Campus Library
- User's may reserve up to 6 hours in every 14-day period
- Reservations may be made up to 14 days in advance
- Users may not make more than 6 reservations in every 14 day period
- Rooms may be reserved for up to 4 hours at one time.
- Study rooms are not limited by group size.
- Once a reservation time has begun, the room cannot be cancelled. Users who do not show up for their reserved time lose that time from their 6 hour allotment.
Classrooms 104, 136 and 2036:
- Classrooms are used primarily for classes, demonstrations, and training sessions pertaining to the Library. User instruction has priority over any other type of use of the rooms.
- The classrooms are open for public use when no classes are in session. Daily teaching schedules are posted by the door. People are asked to vacate the room 15 minutes before the scheduled instruction sessions to allow instructors to prepare.
- The classrooms may be scheduled for non-library related sessions if other options through Facilities Planning and Scheduling are unavailable.
- The Library Information Technology Equipment Service (LITES) assists with use of the equipment.
- Each instructor/session leader is responsible for getting the equipment set up for classes prior to sessions and turning things off properly after the sessions.
- Reservations can be requested at https://lib.wvu.edu/instruction/request/
- Requests for information literacy instruction are handled on a first-come, first-served basis. Faculty are encouraged to make reservations as early as possible.
- Reservations for non-library related sessions may be made up to two weeks in advance. One may reserve up to 4 times each semester for the same class. Other advance reservations are handled on a case-by-case basis by the Coordinator for Library Instruction.
- Equipment is not loaned out from the classrooms.
- All software and configuration changes must be approved by the Systems and the Research Services Departments.
- Study Room requests can also be made in-person at the Evansdale Library or by telephone 304.293.9759.
- Unoccupied rooms can be used on a first come basis, but reservations take precedence.
- Rooms can be reserved for no more than 4 hours per day, per person at a time. No reservation is forfeited.
- These rooms are not soundproof. Please keep noise to a reasonable level.
- The library’s covered-mug policy applies to these rooms.
- The library is not responsible for personal items left in the study rooms. In addition, you are liable for any library books, laptops, music reserve CDs, or other library materials that you use within the room.
- If you have questions concerning this policy or need to cancel your reservation, please contact the Evansdale Library Access Services Desk at 304.293.9759.
- Library functions in the Classroom have priority over non-library functions.
- Priority of reserving for non-library classes or events are weighted toward large groups (8 or more people) and the need for the podium computer and display screen.
- Reservation requests can be made at the Evansdale Library Reference Desk (304-293-4695 or email@example.com) on a first-come/first-available basis.
- We recommend reservations be made at least 7-14 days in advance.
- Full-Semester regularly scheduled class reservations must be approved by the Evansdale Library Interim Director, Martha Yancey (firstname.lastname@example.org or 304-293-5039) or her designee.
- A regularly scheduled class may be asked, at least one class period in advance, to relocate in the event of a library instruction reservation.
- First time presenters/instructors are strongly encouraged to make an appointment with a library faculty member or the LA for Technology Services to test any presentation software and be instructed on the media use prior to the day of the reservation.
- The room is available only during published Evansdale Library hours. These hours are dependent on whether the University is in-session or on break. Exceptions can be requested from the Director or her designee.
- No software may be downloaded onto the instructor or individual workstation computers.
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